Where the sun sets, the curtain rises and the stars shine. Discover Door County’s professional theatrical treasure, presenting Broadway-quality comedies, dramas and musicals for 83 seasons. Enjoy a truly unforgettable theatrical experience and discover why visitors and locals alike delight in the renowned artistic company and picturesque setting.
The 2018 season opens with “Now and Then,” the world première of a magical comedy-drama by Sean Grennan. “Miss Holmes” is a new Sherlock Holmes case with a definite twist. This riveting murder mystery by Christopher M. Walsh is based on characters by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Be entertained by “The Drowsy Chaperone,” a delightfully smart and funny Jazz Age musical with show-stopping song and dance numbers by Lisa Lambert, Don McKellar, Bob Martin and Greg Morrison. “Living on Love,” a sparkling new comedy by Joe DiPietro, based on the play “Peccadillo” by Garson Kanin, features flying sparks, verbal barbs and thrown silverware as mad romance blossoms. The season closes with “Salvage” an intriguing drama by Joseph Zettelmaier that twists like a corkscrew. A mysterious woman enters a collectibles shop where the owner finds himself drawn into romance and much more.
Mother Nature provides the picturesque setting, and the Peninsula Players’ award-winning artistic company delivers a memorable experience. Relax with a pre-show beverage from the Luna Bar while unwinding under the canopy of a cedar forest and taking in the picturesque water view of the setting sun. Delight in this tranquil ambiance before settling in for an incredible evening of live theater.
Performances are Tuesday through Sunday, June 12 to Oct. 14, 2018; no shows on Mondays. Gift certificates are available year-round, single, season and group ticket rates available.