Actor James Carrington welcomes the audience

Photos, Reviews, and More for the 2016 Season!

We are at the halfway mark for the 2016 season. The second session of Doorways is underway, preparations for the gala on Sunday, July 31st are taking place, and wonderful reviews keep coming in for the season! Click HERE for to view the full photo gallery for the productions and browse below for what critics have to say about our shows. You have four more weeks to catch the season! Call 920.839.1500 or book tickets online today!

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM directed by Joseph Hanreddy

“The Door Shakespeare production succeeds for a number of reasons. The garden setting for the outdoor theater is ideal for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the audience literally transported into a forest where the story occurs. The intimacy of the theater, with the actors at times a hands-reach from the audience and on one occasion joining them, adds to the immediacy of the production.The acting is strong, with outstanding comedic performances by Anne Thompson as Helena, Demetrios Troy as Puck, Neil Brookshire as Nick Bottom, and James Carrington as both the workman Frances Flute and the fairy Peaseblossom.”
– Gary Jones, Peninsula Pulse
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JULIUS CAESAR directed by James Pickering

“Through this emotive interpretation, the story resonates with more clarity than when observed purely as political drama. Staged on Scenic Designer Aaron Kopec’s balcony and stairs surrounding an ancient, magnificent tree and experienced last season, a circular wooden stage on the ground provides the catalyst for the main action besides seating for actors. While the actors run freely in and through the side aisles, Karin Simonson Kopischke’s apocalyptic styled garments channel Roman togas mingled with futuristic Star Wars and a touch of Ottoman Empire costume. Constructed in desert shaded, muted colors, except for Caesar and Calphurnia, clothEd Royally in white and gold, the costumes add a mysterious ambiance to the political uncertainty.”
Peggy Sue Dunigan, Broadwayworld.com
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*Actor James Carrington welcomes a full house to the 5pm performance of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. Photo by Torey Byrne

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