The pandemic has severely affected the county’s theater and performance communities, with many deciding to forgo a summer performance season altogether. Here are those updates:
• Third Avenue Playhouse in Sturgeon Bay has canceled or rescheduled its summer performances, with the first performance opening Sept. 3.
• Peninsula Players Theatre in Fish Creek has canceled its summer season, with plans for a fall season beginning in September still in place.
• Northern Sky Theater has canceled its summer season in Peninsula State Park, with plans for a fall season beginning in September still in place.
• Door Shakespeare has canceled its summer season at Björklunden in Baileys Harbor. Camp Will, its summer theater program for youth, will continue on a virtual platform.
• Door Community Auditorium’s summer season in Fish Creek is scheduled to begin July 13, with earlier show dates rescheduled.
• Trueblood Performing Arts Center on Washington Island has postponed its schedule until further notice.
Looking for ways to support the theater and performing-arts communities? You can show your appreciation by donating, purchasing tickets or gift certificates to use for future shows, or simply signing up for email updates to keep in touch and stay informed about future events.