Step outside TAP after the June 30 opening night performance of ISAAC’S EYE and join the DPAS on a tour of night sky with star maps and laser pointers! Thursday, June 30 Opening Night Benefit Performance for the Door Peninsula Astronomical Society: A portion of the June 30th performance ticket sales will go to benefit the Door […]
James Valcq travels to Philadelphia for the 15th Anniversary of THE SPITFIRE GRILL Read highlights from the article in “Drexel NOW.” PHILLY AS GILEAD: DREXEL STUDENTS REUNITE CAST, CREATOR FOR 15TH ANNIVERSARY OF ‘THE SPITFIRE GRILL’ June 1, 2016 Students in professor Brannon Wiles’s Entertainment Arts Management class will be helping to produce a series […]
Jack Heifner’s PATIO/PORCH reminds TAP’s office Manager, Margaret Magle, of a moment from her childhood. Growing up I shared my life with my Mom and 2 older brothers. Being that they were 5 and 8 years older than me, and my Mom was a working mother, the job of watching me fell to the […]
Jacque Troy spent this month on TAP’s PATIO/PORCH, Jack Heifner’s play about Jewel, Pearl, Dot and Lucille, who linger and chat about the world on their patio and porch. Guess what Jacque does on her day off. Notes from actor Jacque Troy… Just like my character Dot in the PORCH act of PATIO/PORCH, […]
“We’re going to spend some time the rest of the summer examining the front porch.” – Michele Norris from a 2006 excerpt of NPR’s All Thing Considered
I recently bumped into this old podcast from Michele Norris on NPR’s All Things Considered. It was the perfect way to spend a few minutes sitting on my porch. Whether it has been my own, or the one in the Third Avenue Playhouse production of Jack Heifner’s PATIO/PORCH (going on now through June 5), I have […]
“While one need not be vacationing in Door County this summer to justify a trip north to TAP, those of you who will be there anyway most certainly should consider adding such an excursion to your vacation itinerary.” -Mike Fischer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jacque Troy in “Patio” photo by Heidi Hodges Lonely women […]
Andrea Nelson, from the “Peninsula Pulse,” interviews James Valcq, director of PATIO PORCH at the Third Avenue Playhouse.
Read highlights from the interview: photo by Heidi Hodges A Human Portrait of Small-Town Life at Third Avenue Playhouse By Andrea Nelson, Peninsula Pulse – May 19th, 2016 Sturgeon Bay’s Third Avenue Playhouse brings small-town Texas to Wisconsin in Patio/Porch. The play, directed by James Valcq, consists of two one-act plays, with each pair of characters […]
“The acting is savory and full of nuance. Jacque Troy and Amy Ensign craft the characters as though they are solving a puzzle.” -Warren Gerds Read highlights of Warren Gerds’ review of TAP’s PATIO/PORCH. STURGEON BAY, Wis. Two plays, two female characters each, two actors, small-town Texas, 1970s. That minimal mix is all it takes […]
Meet Pearl, her beautician sister Jewel, a crotchety old woman named Dot and her restless daughter Lucille in this funny, very human portrait of life in a small Texas town. (Photo: Tina M. Gohr/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin) Read highlights from the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin and the DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE article. 3 p.m. CDT May 17, […]
The 5 Milers bring great folk music of the 1960s to the Third Avenue Playhouse on Tuesday, August 16, at 7:30.
The 5 Milers donate over $1,000 from their 8th annual benefit concert at the Third Avenue Playhouse! The evening of music benefited DOORCANcer, Inc. We tapped our toes to guitar, banjo, fiddle, bass, and vocals with renditions from The Kingston Trio, Peter Paul & Mary, Weavers, Limeliters, Chad Mitchell Trio, We 5, and more… Thank you so much for joining […]