Phyllis Waldenberg, Hospitality and Volunteer Coordinator, has been actively involved with PLPA for the past four years. She is responsible for hospitality for concerts and special events, including the culinary needs for performers and recruitment of concert volunteers.Continue reading “Phyllis Waldenberg”
Dear Friends and Supporters,
We hope you are anticipating the return of musical entertainment in Port Ludlow as much as we are. Not only have we missed the music, but we have missed all of you. The memories of many wonderful concerts and times together have sustained the Board of Directors (BOD) throughout this difficult year.
Port Ludlow Performing Arts was featured in the July 2020 issue of the Port Ludlow Voice. Not only did the publication’s Art Director Jay Syverson create this amazing cover featuring past PLPA performers, we were also given a two-page spread to offer a look back in time at the history of our organization (see HISTORY link on this website).
PLPA works closely with the Voice to promote its concerts, programs, and education outreach. The all-volunteer Voice staff puts together this monthly magazine to promote all Port Ludlow activities, and is especially responsive to helping arts organizations publicize their activities. For more information or to look at current and past issues, check out www.plvoice.org.
by Peggy Welker, Publicity Chair
Port Ludlow Performing Art’s 2020-2021 season represents 30 years of bringing music and entertainment to Port Ludlow. However, at this moment, we cannot tell you if that season will even happen. A quick review of Governor Inslee’s plan to reopen Washington indicates that gatherings of greater than 50 people will happen in phase IV. Of course, the big unknown is when phase IV will occur.Continue reading “A Little Music in Our Lives”