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JOIN US FOR OUR 2017 MAIN STAGE SEASON!
This year's line-up features an eclectic and energetic mix of dance, theater, and music, showcasing national icons, artists who embody America's cultural roots, and several hometown celebrities too.
All tickets go on sale, Tuesday, May 16, 12 p.m. See you at showtime!
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Community Partner Event Tickets: $15 / $5 for Students 12 & Under Date: Saturday, July 22, 2017 | Time: 8 p.m. Oscar Wilde’s classic “The Canterville Ghost” is reincarnated in this live Old Time Radio Drama featuring the 9XM Players and host Norman Gilliland. It’s a ghost story that plays more comic than ghastly. Set in England during World War II, an American family moves into Canterville Manor, the former (and current) home of Sir Simon de Canterville. Sir Simon…
Community Partner Event Dates: August 1-19, 2017 Concerts Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Victor Yampolsky, Music Director and Conductor Nine different symphonic concerts in three weeks featuring musicians from America’s finest orchestras. Tickets start at $35. Students and children just $10. Full concert details: www.musicfestival.com. Call 920-854-4060 or visit the PMF box office at 10347 Highway 42, Unit B, North Ephraim, in the Green Gables Shops.
Community Partner Event A Celebration of Northern Sky Theater at Door Community Auditorium Tickets: $20 / $24 / $32 Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2017 | Time: 8 p.m. Many Door County audiences know Fred Alley as the founder and cornerstone playwright of Northern Sky Theater, but Alley was also a talented folk songwriter. Favorite Door County musicians Katie Dahl, Eric Lewis, and Rich Higdon celebrate Alley's songs in this CD release concert for their new album “Solid Ground: The Songs…
Community Partner Event Music by Paul Libman Book & Lyrics by Dave Hudson Tickets: $29 Adults, $18 for Students, $14 Children 12 & Under Dates: September 1 thru October 21, 2017 | Times vary Two DJs. One Blizzard. No Records. When a snowstorm knocks the power out and the local radio station loses its tie to the pre-programmed feed, the guys have to punt, and a rejuvenated station brings back spontaneity and joy to the community it serves. Dave Hudson…