New Lineup for Northern Sky’s 2016 “Home for the Holidays” Concerts

Door County’s award-winning Northern Sky Theater has announced the lineup for its annual holiday concert at the Old Gibraltar Town Hall. Celebrating its 10th year, “Home for the Holidays” will feature three talented performers who last performed together in 2010: Eric Lewis, Doc Heide, and Holly Feldman. The all-new concert for 2016 will play for five performances from Dec. 27 to Dec. 31.

Reunite with these Northern Sky favorites for an uplifting evening of seasonal songs, dazzling instrumental fireworks, and delightful holiday humor.

Northern Sky Theater co-founder Doc Heide has performed professionally in Door County for more than four decades. Among the 20 shows he’s co-authored are the hit musicals Belgians in Heaven, Packer Fans from Outer Space, and Guys & Does.

One of Door County’s favorite musicians, Eric Lewis, is thrilled to be back on the stage with his Northern Sky family for the holiday season. He has been named “Best Male Musician” by Door County Magazine and received the Premier Player Award from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (Memphis chapter). Lewis has opened for Travis Tritt and Chuck Berry, and performed coast to coast with Jason Petty, Robin and Linda Williams (of Prairie Home Companion), and many others. This fall he released his newest CD, Before the Last Time.

In addition to her behind-the-scene contributions at Northern Sky, Holly Feldman has performed with Katie Dahl, Doc Heide, Jeffrey Herbst, Jimmy Kaplan, Eric Lewis, Chad Luberger and Karen Mal. She is currently Director of Development and Public Relations at Northern Sky Theater.

Performances are scheduled for Dec. 27-31 at 4 pm. Tickets are $23 for adults and $13 for children. Advance tickets are available by calling 920.854.6117, online at, or by stopping in the Northern Sky office at the Green Gables Shops in north Ephraim. As a special holiday treat, each show will feature a drawing for gift certificates from local businesses.


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