Ephraim| Phone: (920) 854-6117
Baileys Harbor | Phone: (920) 839-1500
An exceptional memorable evening of theatre. Entertaining and fun for the family and enthusiast, the shows feature gorgeous costumes and live music in a one-of-a-kind outdoor setting – the beautiful Björklunden Garden. Baileys Harbor off Hwy 57 just south of Cty E. Outdoors July 6 – August 19, Shakespeare’s HAMLET and The Comedy of Errors in rep 7:30pm (no Wednesday performance). $25 (with student and child discounts). Reserved Queen’s Box seats just $35. Reservations suggested.
Ephraim | (920) 854-2210
The non-profit Hardy Gallery, a peninsula landmark, is the premiere destination for learning about the visual arts of Door County. Experience exceptional exhibits featuring the work of local and regional artists, experiential educational programs including the popular Community Mosaic Project, and special events–all while enjoying views of Eagle Harbor. Stop in and see why so many artists love to show their work in a simple wooden warehouse! Gallery open 10 am – 5 pm from mid-May through mid-October.
Washington Island | Phone: (920) 847-2215
Since 1984, Island Players has served Washington Island as a non-profit community theater. In fulfilling its mission – to bring quality theater experiences to the Washington Island community through performances and programs for adults and schoolchildren alike – the Players produce full-length plays and musical productions, sponsor workshops and informal play readings, and provide programs in the public school and a summer acting camp children.
Sister Bay | Phone: (920) 854-7088
Experience the brilliant and dynamic sounds of classical music presented by Midsummer’s Music Festival. World-class musicians perform in intimate Door County settings from mid-June to mid-July and over the Labor Day weekend. Off-season events include the Pro Arte Quartet in May and October, and the Wisconsin Brass Quintet with holiday concerts in December. Door County casual.
Fish Creek | Phone: (920) 868-3455
Ephraim | Phone: (920) 854-4060
This fully professional symphony orchestra presents nine different symphonic concerts in three weeks. Conductor Victor Yampolsky brings musicians from America’s finest orchestra to the intimate Door Community Auditorium each August for this annual event. 60th Season highlights: two-time Grammy winning violinist Hilary Hahn; Norwegian violinist Henning Kraggerud; pianists Orli Shaham & Anton Nel; Beethoven’s Choral Symphony & more. Tickets start at $30; $10 students/children. Full concert details and ordering available on website.
Fish Creek | Phone: (920) 868-3287
Peninsula Players Theatre – A Truly Unforgettable Theatrical Experience. Renowned for its artistic excellence and picturesque setting along the shoreline of Door County, America’s oldest professional resident summer theater celebrates its historic 77th season in 2012. Enjoy a cocktail from the Luna Bar while relaxing under the canopy of a cedar forest in the beer garden before settling into the all-weather pavilion for an evening of unsurpassed professional theater. Performances Tuesday through Sunday, June 12 – Oct. 14, 2012. Closed on Mondays. Where the sun sets, the curtain rises and the stars shine.
Fish Creek | Phone: (920) 868-3455
Peninsula School of Art and Guenzel Gallery are open year round for students and visitors. The School offers 1- to 5-day workshops in all media, and for all levels, led by nationally-recognized artist educators. The Summer Studios for Young Artists program features age-appropriate curriculum for students aged 31/2 to 17 years old. The spacious Guenzel Gallery, designed to be reminiscent of Wisconsin’s historic round barns, displays the works of nationally-recognized artists in exhibitions that illustrate visual arts educational themes. The exhibitions encompass the full range of genres and media. A visit to the Gallery, the School, and its gardens and grounds is free and open to the public. Open Monday – Saturday, April – October, from 8am-5pm, then Tuesday-Saturday, November – March, 9am-5pm.
Door County Area
Sturgeon Bay | (920) 743-1760
In October of 2000, Third Avenue Playhouse opened its doors under the direction of two well-known names in Door County theater: Amy McKenzie and James Kaplan and now serves the community as a year round center and a permanent home for the performing arts.
Located in historic Sturgeon Bay, Third Avenue Playhouse offers over 100 performances, programs and activities for the enjoyment of thousands of residents and visitors. Our unique mission embraces community theater, music, children¹s programming and arts education. Tickets are available at our theater box office and online on the website. For your convenience, tickets are also sold at the Dancing Bear, 13 N. Third Avenue and Java on Jefferson, corner of 5th Avenue and Jefferson Street, both in Sturgeon Bay.
Washington Island | Phone: (920) 839-1500