About The Safe House

The Safe House 

by Kristine Thatcher

It is 1982 when Bridget returns home to Lansing, Michigan, from New York City, where she gets by as an actress. While She longs for a comfortable stay with her grandmother Hannah, what she finds is a family struggling with change. Hannah, the strong, independent matriarch of the family, is no longer as self-sufficient as she was, and her family is at odds on how to ensure her well-being. With gentle humor, honesty, and heart, this play is a beautiful examination of family, transition, and the importance of being there for each other.

Peninsula Players Theatre

Peninsula Players Theatre is America's oldest professional resident summer theater and is unique in the country for its diverse productions, continuing loyalty to a resident company, and its beautiful setting of 16 wooded acres along the cedar-lined shores of Green Bay. In the past 87 years, the theater has become a Door County landmark and its cornerstone arts institution, attracting audience members from throughout Wisconsin and across the country.