What an amazzzzzzing year of artists you've assembled! I've got at LEAST 4 more I'm rather sure I'll be attending! Thanks so much to ALL of you at the Thrasher for bringing this incredible array of uber talented folks to come here and touch our hearts, feed our souls and lift our spirits. It's a very special gift and I am eternally grateful.
Thrashers is a beautiful venue that brings top-notch entertainment to our small toursit community. Through great efforts the wonderful historic building was renovated and preserved for the enjoyment of generations to come.
I started volunteering for Thrasher Opera House in Fall 2010. I have truly enjoyed helping at events such as Harvest of Bargins and the Jingle Cats concert last December or even just typing information into their database and getting to know Maria Dietrich and Martha Janz. Maria and Martha work so hard on making every event as perfect as possible. I really don't know how they do it all, but they put it all together so wonderfully. They have made Thrasher Opera House such a unique, and wonderful fixture in the Green Lake community.
The Thrasher Opera House is a venue which holds 200 attendees. This allows the audience to be close to and interact with members of the groups on stage.
The arts offered are very diverse with music, plays and comedy on stage. The Thrasher Opera House staff does a superb job arranging and presenting the groups and they are supported by volunteers from the local area.
The groups on stage are always very talented and an evening spent at the Thrasher Opera House is very well worth one's evening.
The T.O.H. provides a wonderful diversity of affordable programs for people from all over the midwest and is managed by three outstanding (and underpaid) individuals. They really make it fun to do volunteer work.
The 200 seat venue is always wam and inviting: and there is not a bad seat in the house in terms of comfort,accocustics and ability tosee.
A volunteer since the inception of Thrasher Opera House has been an outstanding event in my life. Not only for the music, but the ability to 'meet & greet' with the artists themselves, find out more about them & their lives. . . . and to hear their opinon of our wonderful small-town venue.
Jimmy Webb said it all as he was leaving after his concert when we were standing outside. He looked up at the building and said "This is one of the sweetest little places I have played in my life"! Awesome.