Archive for 'On Stage & Screen'
Primavera Strings Celebrate Christmas by the Beach at Door County’s Third Avenue Playhouse, Nov 21 – 22
Posted on 11. Nov, 2009 by Judy Drew.
Cellist Hans Christian and violinists Beth Chafey-Hon and Lynn Gudmundsen, members of the elegant Primavera Strings, will perform at Third Avenue Playhouse on Saturday, November 21 at 7:30pm and on Sunday, November 22 at 2 pm. The concert is the first event in TAP’s 2009 Holiday Series. Beginning on Holiday Tree Lighting Weekend in Sturgeon […]
Posted on 11. Nov, 2009 by Staff Reporter.
The Board of Directors of American Folklore Theatre recently appointed Dave Maier as AFT’s new Managing Director. Mr. Maier has served as the company’s Assistant Managing Director for the past two years where he oversaw various marketing, community outreach and box office technology responsibilities. He assumes his new role as of February 2010. Mary Seeberg, […]
Isadoora Theatre Company Open Auditions for Door County Production of Neil Simon’s “The Dinner Party,” Nov 12 & 14
Posted on 04. Nov, 2009 by Staff Reporter.
“The Dinner Party” is slated for Third Avenue Playhouse stage on February 11 – 14 and 18 – 21, 2010. A mysterious invitation brings six divorcees together for dinner at a swank Parisian restaurant. In this humorous yet profound examination of marriage, the group speculates wildly about their conspicuously absent host, the apparent secrecy regarding […]
Posted on 02. Nov, 2009 by Staff Reporter.
God Grew Tired of Us will be shown Tuesday, November 17, at 7 PM, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County (UUFDC) in Ephraim. The film traces the footsteps of refugees fleeing war, poverty, and persecution ravaging Sudan since 1983. In 1987, Sudan’s Muslim government pronounced death to all males in the Christian south: […]
Posted on 25. Aug, 2009 by Staff Reporter.
Peninsula Players Theatre has received a matching grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board in the amount of $22,583, an increase of 17% above the amount awarded to the theater last year through the Wisconsin Arts Board’s Creation & Presentation Program. Peninsula Players again ranked among the highest-scoring applicants for these state grants awarded on a […]
Posted on 07. Jul, 2009 by Stephen Kastner.
Blog Alert: Marketplace Today Blog – Cherries return to Door County By Steve Prestegard Most of the state’s tart cherries grow in Door County, where 99 percent of the crop is dried, frozen, canned and bottled for trail mix, pie filling, bakery items and juices. One percent is sold fresh at roadside markets. … Marketplace […]
Posted on 26. Apr, 2009 by Staff Reporter.
An innovative community art project involving the creation of nearly 400 small works of art in nearly every medium imaginable launches this week. Created by the non-profit Hardy Gallery in 2008, the project entitled the “Community Mosaic Project,” was developed as a way to help raise awareness of the arts and make them accessible for […]
Posted on 04. Mar, 2009 by Judy Drew.
It’s finally March! Winter will soon be behind us and spring is making itself felt in the longer days and the quality of the air. Here at Third Avenue Playhouse, we are pleased to announce that, with hope and a little elbow grease, we have met our High Hopes Matching Funds Challenge. Shortly after the first […]
Posted on 01. Mar, 2009 by Christie Weber.
May not be as it appears, once again… Just a few months ago, Citizens for Our Bridge couldn’t get the WisDOT to paint any more than 5′ above the road bed in the bridge rehab plan. They claimed that even the over-coating option was not needed and the existing paint was in good shape. Now, just a month […]
Posted on 26. Feb, 2009 by Staff Reporter.
Peninsula Players Theatre, America’s oldest professional resident summer theater and Door County’s theatrical icon is pleased to announce its 74th season running June 16 through October 18, 2009. A major role of Peninsula Players’ Artistic Director Greg Vinkler is play selection. Vinkler not only looks for shows to stir excitement in patrons, but also in […]