2020 VIRTUAL Season: September—December
Five actors are unexpectedly called upon to put on a virtual performance of The Comedy of Errors. “Hollywood Squares meets Noises off,” in this delightful merry-go-round of a play featuring both familiar faces and Door Shakespeare debuts!
Read all about it here.
Already have a ticket? Watch The Comedy of Errors here.
WELCOME TO DOOR SHAKESPEARE’S 2020 VIRTUAL SEASON
We were so excited to return to the Garden at Bjorklunden this summer. We even added a third production to our list of offerings in order to give you more options! But, then, you know what happened. Rather than close our doors, we regrouped and decided to go virtual! Learning curve? You bet! Exciting? You bet!
To view our full 2020 virtual season, click here.
Shakespeare’s Plays Will Return to a Magical Door County Garden
From June – August, the finest professional actors, directors, designers and musicians from around the country come together to share classic and timeless plays with Door County audiences.
The productions unfold before your eyes. As a member of the audience, you are up close and personal to the action. As dusk falls over the course of the evening, you may take on the role of a confidante or a voyeur. By the end of the evening, when the stars are out and the actors take their final bow, you will feel as though you have come to know this talented ensemble of players. Such is the magic of live theatre, when performed in an outdoor setting so enchanting that many in attendance come back year after year since Door Shakespeare’s inception in 1995.
A number of Door Shakespeare performances feature pre-show lectures and family activities, including Will In The Woods and Shake It Up Saturdays, as well as our very popular Wine Nights. Refreshments are available at every performance. There is also our annual gala on August 2.
In addition to our main-stage productions, Door Shakespeare’s youth theatre program, Camp Will, offers three one-week sessions (Monday – Friday) led by members of our Acting Company. Over the course of five days, students are introduced to the world, stories and characters of William Shakespeare through a combination of theatre games, exercises, activities, and word play. The week culminates in a sharing of the fruits of their labor – on the same stage where the productions are presented.
The Latest News
A Totally ’80s Video-Style Comedy of Errors Russ Bickerstaff October 28, 2020 Door Shakespeare has… shown a clever approach (to the unique challenges of producing video content)… that is distinct from all of the rest of the fare that’s available over the internet. A sharp cast is edited together in a … whimsical […]
Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Review: Virtual ‘The Comedy of Errors’ camp x 3 BAILEYS HARBOR, Wis. (WFRV) – A camp version of a camp version of a camp play. That’s Door Shakespeare’s take on William Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” done virtually in a Zoom setup. “Camp” = Tongue in cheek… or for the fun of […]
“It was incredible!” ~ Sue, Stevens Point, WI Audience reacts to Rosalind. “We enjoyed every minute of Door Shakespeare’s video production of Rosalind! Director Michael Stebbins has combined a talented cast with perfect period costumes, music, clever set design, and a lot of creativity. He and his team use some of the simplest, most widely available technology to bring […]
“It was incredible!” ~ Sue, Stevens Point, WI Door County, Wisconsin July 29, 2020 Door Shakespeare Announces its First Virtual Production, J. M. Barrie’s “Rosalind” Door Shakespeare, Producing Artistic Director Michael Stebbins, and Managing Director Amy Ensign, proudly announce their first virtual production: “Rosalind,” by J.M. Barrie, running Wednesday, September 2 through Sunday, […]
Door Shakespeare‘s CAMP WILL is BACK! Yes, that is right. There are three one-week sessions this summer – all on a virtual platform – beginning July 13. Managing Director Amy Ensign, who guides Door Shakespeare’s educational programming, sat down with Camp Will Director, Elyse Edelman, Teaching Artists Scott McKenna Campbell, Jarrod Langwinski, and Teaching Apprentice, […]
Dear Camp Will Campers, We were so looking forward to another fun summer together and had gathered a wonderful group of teaching artists for a fun camp full of friendship and learning. The closing of the Björklunden campus along with continuing health concerns of COVID-19 led to the decision to move Camp Will […]