June 22 through August 21
Select readings from David Sedaris’ Holidays On Ice
The merrymaking begins as Door Shakespeare’s Producing Artistic Director, Michael Stebbins, returns for the fourth year to read select essays from Holidays on Ice, by beloved humorist David Sedaris, on Saturday, December 11, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, December 12, at 2 p.m. in the Björklunden Lodge, Baileys Harbor. The Door Shakespeare Reading Series is free and open to the public, with donations welcomed. Both thoughtful and playful, Sedaris’ stories are the perfect antidote to the heightened anxiety that the holidays can bring out in all of us.
Looking Forward to
The Happy Prince: A Radio Play
by Andrew J. Fenady and Duke Fenady, based on the story by Oscar Wilde
Door Shakespeare welcomes back our holiday youth production! The Happy Prince: A Radio Play, by Andrew J. Fenady and Duke Fenady, is based on the story by Oscar Wilde, and will be presented at the Kane Theatre, Third Avenue PlayWorks on Friday, December 17, at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 18, at 2:00 p.m. Amy Ensign directs the play that features Southern Door High School Senior Dalena Pakalske, Southern Door Freshman Molly Hall, and Sturgeon Bay Senior Scout Feldman. Members of the Door Shakespeare professional company Karen Mal and Anne Herring join the student cast.
The story revolves around a statue of a prince who looks over the once shining city that he ruled. The struggling residents no longer remember the prince or believe in each other or themselves. When a migrating swallow perches on the statue, the prince comes alive. The bird and the prince talk about the weather, the world, and the town below. They soon see how they can help and together hatch a plan to improve the lives of the townspeople.
While The Happy Prince: A Radio Play is free and open to the public, donations are encouraged and much appreciated. General Admission seating begins one half hour prior to each performance. Masks and proof of vaccination (or a negative COVID test within the last 72 hours) are required.
A Staged reading of I Hate Hamlet was presented on Monday, October 18 at Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor, Wisconsin. 6746 Co Rd G, Egg Harbor, WI 54209. Door Shakespeare welcomed back old friends and introduced new faces for the autumn reading series.
Tickets for the 2022 Summer Season
The new year will bring a return to a more traditional Door Shakespeare, with two plays running in rep throughout the summer months, and readings presented during the rest of the year. We will welcome back two popular educational programs: Will in the Woods and Shake it Up Saturday, as well as our youth production, and our summer theatre program, Camp Will.
Tickets for the 2022 Season, which runs June 22 through August 21, will be available on March 1, 2022.
When available, tickets may be purchased…
- online (any time of the day or night).
- by calling 920.854.7111.
- by visiting our daytime box office (10038 Highway 57, Sister bay, Wisconsin).
- at the performance space, up to one hour prior to performances.
Tickets to productions are priced as follows:
General Admission, Center Section: $35
Reserved Seating, Center Section: $40
General Admission, Side Sections: $32
A handling fee of $4.00 for each transaction is waved for purchases made by cash or check.
Online Ticket Orders
Tickets purchased online have handling fees of $2 for single tickets, and $3 for pairs or household tickets. Online handling fees are charged by the ticketing platform that takes care of our online sales, and are therefore non refundable.
Groups of 10 tickets or more receive a 10% discount on the total ticket purchase. Please call 920.854.7111 to purchase group tickets.
School group student packages are offered at a discounted price. For more information, please email email@example.com or call 920.854.7111.
Share your love of the theatre, Door County, and Door Shakespeare with your friends, family, and acquaintances.
Purchase gift certificates online, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by clicking here.Donate