Your mind may be consumed with the coming 4th of July festivities (and you can find those all here) but there’s plenty more happening in Door County – especially on stage – in the days before Independence Day.
The county’s theater season is in full swing with Dad’s Season Tickets, Fishing for the Moon and Love Stings playing at Northern Sky Theater. At Door Shakespeare The Tempest and The Three Musketeers are playing, and at Peninsula Players it’s The Rainmaker. Down at Third Avenue Playworks, The Book Club Play is now on stage – a great reason to check out the new theater if you haven’t already.
At Birch Creek the percussion session is underway in the Dutton Concert Barn, including the return of Leam Teague Friday and a closing night concert Saturday.
The Door Community Auditorium brings country-bluesman Charley Crocket to Fish Creek on Wednesday night, followed by the return of the Indigo Girls Friday, July 1. The Grammy-winning duo has brought the house down with their past performances and promise to do so again.
Before the crowds of Independence Day descend on the Peninsula, don’t miss a chance to catch a glimpse of the stage!