Third Avenue Playhouse (TAP) in Sturgeon Bay will hold informal talkback sessions for The Gin Game after Sunday matinee performances now through Oct. 16.
Talkbacks give the audience a chance to ask questions and learn about production details and the creative process. Many theaters incorporate talkbacks into their performance schedule. TAP’s Co-Artistic Director Robert Boles explains, “Audiences are an important part of the theatrical experience and we are always interested in what they have to say. Questions range from, ‘How do you remember all those lines?’ to ‘Why did you choose The Gin Game for your summer/fall season?’”
Actor Amy Ensign likes to “connect with the audience after a show.” She said, “I enjoy seeing my character and the play from a different viewpoint. An audience member often provides an interesting spark to think about for the next week of performances.”
TAP brings audiences face-to-face with powerful stories by creating the most intimate theatrical experience possible. With its ever-growing reputation and varied educational opportunities, TAP is part of the fabric of Door County’s vibrant arts scene.
Performances are at 7:30 pm Wednesday through Saturday and 2 pm on Sunday. Tickets are $27 general admission and $10 students. For more information or tickets, visit the TAP box office at 234 N Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, call 920.743.1760 or visit thirdavenueplayhouse.com.