TAP Hosts Fundraising Gala for “Souvenir” Opening

In honor of Third Avenue Playhouse’s (TAP) current production of The Subject was Roses, the Door County Historical Museum in Sturgeon Bay lent World War II memorabilia for display in the lobby of TAP for the run of the play. On display are many photographs, uniforms, and artifacts such as duty rosters, rationing stamps, and army manuals.

TAP’s World War II exhibit will run concurrently with the performances of The Subject was Roses through July 15.

Also, TAP will host a fundraising gala on July 19 to celebrate the opening of its new 84-seat studio theatre and the opening night performance of the Stage Door Theatre Company’s new production, Souvenir.

The celebration begins with a trolley ride from TAP to the home of Barb and Jim Bunning, designed by the famous architect, Harry Weese. Live music, wine and refreshments will be served as guests meet TAP’s new directors, Robert Boles and James Valcq. A trolley ride back to TAP will take guests to the opening night performance of Souvenir.

After the play, there will be a post-show reception with dessert, coffee, and wine.

Tickets for this event are $100 per person. For reservations, call Celeste Munson at 920.743.3939.