TAP Begins 2020 Season!


Doug Mancheski and Christian Aldridge will perform the two roles in David Mamet’s A Life in the Theatre, opening at Third Avenue Playhouse (TAP) on March 26. It chronicles the relationship between two stage actors – Robert, the older; and John, the younger – who are playing side by side during a season of plays. The audience sees them off stage and on as their relationship evolves from one of professional solidarity to one marked by bitterness and division.

Season subscriptions and single tickets are now on sale at, by phone at 920.743.1760 or in person at the box office.

TAP also announces the 2020 season’s acting company: Christian Davis Aldridge (John, A Life in the Theatre); Lanja Andriamihaja (acting intern/June, Anyone Can Whistle); Noah Blohowiak (acting intern/George, Anyone Can Whistle); Brade Bradshaw (Magruder, Anyone Can Whistle); Drew Brhel (David O. Selznick, Moonlight and Magnolias); Dana Cordry (assistant stage manager, A Life in the Theatre; Baby Joan, Anyone Can Whistle); Seth K. Hale (Boolie Worthan, Driving Miss Daisy; Hapgood, Anyone Can Whistle); Donna Kummer (musical director/pianist, Anyone Can Whistle); Dan Klarer (Ben Hecht, Moonlight and Magnolias); Doug Mancheski (Robert, A Life in the Theatre); Karen Moeller (Sugar, Tiny Beautiful Things); Berit Palma (acting intern/Mrs. Schroeder, Anyone Can Whistle); Joshua Ponce (letter writer #3, Tiny Beautiful Things); Adam Qutaishat (Cooley, Anyone Can Whistle); Alex M. Sabin (Schub, Anyone Can Whistle); and Ryan Schabach (Victor Fleming, Moonlight and Magnolias).

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