We’ve got two world premieres ahead of us in 2022. Truly remarkable in light of the ongoing challenges. We still don’t really know what to expect for audiences this year, but that isn’t what we’re focused on. If we’ve learned anything, it’s to keep moving forward and rely on one another, in these still-uncertain times, to continue to define what Northern Sky is–a charming theater company that is resilient and ready for whatever comes next.
Help us kick off the season at our annual FUNdraiser Raise the Curtain: Bonfire Bash on May 28!
Here’s what we’ve got planned for 2022:
Dad’s Season TicketsDad’s Season Tickets premiered in 2019 as Northern Sky’s first production in the new Gould Theater. In our 28-year history of performing fall shows, this funny, poignant story of one Green Bay family was our biggest hit yet.
SunfloweredSunflowered will premiere in the fall. When a young woman faces a life-changing decision, she calls upon her inner circle to gather for an outdoor camping trip. This six-woman ensemble piece bursts with humor and song, joyously exploring the beauty and love found in family and deep friendships.
Fishing for the MoonFishing for the Moon, which premiered in 1992, was the first collaboration between Fred Alley and James Kaplan, who would go on to write some of Northern Sky’s most beloved shows. The show’s slightly madcap plot takes place right after the Civil War with delightfully drawn characters and some absurd misunderstandings.
Love StingsLove Stings is a world premiere musical comedy by Richard Castle and Matthew Levine. The plot, adapted from a P. G. Wodehouse story, revolves around the idealistic Bill Zapper. While planning a lavish wedding on a 1960s Door County bee farm, Bill begins to wonder if he and his reluctant fiancée are truly right for each other. This honey of a show is sure to be all the buzz.
COVID-19 Protocols: April 8, 2022
Before you purchase your tickets, please read the following procedures carefully.
- Outdoor Park Amphitheater:
Masking is optional at the outdoor park amphitheater. However, patrons are encouraged to wear face coverings if not vaccinated. Proof of vaccination or negative COVID test is not required for entry.
- Indoor Gould Theater:
– Masking protocols at the time of your show will be based upon the current CDC County/Community Covid-19 level. As of April 8, CDC Community Covid-19 level for Door County is LOW therefore masking is optional.
– Proof of vaccination or negative COVID test is encouraged by not required for entry.
Northern Sky is an all-ages venue. We appreciate your cooperation in helping to keep all our guests safe (especially those who can’t be vaccinated yet) and our doors open.
See you soon!
Jeff Herbst, Artistic Director
Dave Maier, Managing Director
Jeff & Katie announced the 2022 season on the LIVE in-person show in October 2021.