April 2014
Light the Depot Garage/Bake Sale
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Rummage and Bake Sale as part to "Light The Depot Campaign".  April 25 & 26 10-3, April 27 12-3 half price.  Donation can be droped off April 21 & 22 3-6 or by call 920-818-0816.

For more information:
Rogue Theater
(920) 818-0816
Light The Depot Campaign Rummage & Bake Sale
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

“Light the Depot’s” next fundraising event to purchase energy saving LED stage lights is a Rummage and Bake Sale, April 25, 26, 27.  The Depot Performing Arts Center has been collecting many donated items including:  clothing, home décor tools, skis, etc.  Anyone wishing to donate items or baked goods to The Depot PAC including monetary contributions can do so by calling 920-818-0816 before Thursday the 24th.  Drop off or pick-up arrangements can be made. The sale runs Friday and Saturday from 10-3 and Sunday 12-3, at 341 N. 3rd Ave.  Sunday is half price day.  Come and help support local theater.  

Door County League of Women Voters
11:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Door County LWV Lunch & Learn     April 25th!

The Door County Civility Project is nearly one year old!   Susan McAninch and Shirley Senarighi  will update LWV members and friends on the status of the Civility Project at a lunch meeting of the Door County League of Women Voters.  Please join us at Stone Harbor Friday, April 25 at 11:30 a.m. to learn more.  Anyone is welcome!  To make your lunch reservation, please call Susan Kohout  at  743-1527 before Thursday, April 24.

Rogue Theater announces their upcoming show, “Talk About A Murder!”
7:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Rogue Theater announces their upcoming show, “Talk About A Murder!”  A hilarious Murder Mystery by Lee Mueller, directed by Carrie Counihan.  Two “Talk Show” hosts Nicky and Rickie Rivers, played by Christine Salmon and Stuart Champeau interview other talk show hosts including Vegas singers, Shecky Scagnetti (Bill Bauernfeind) and Edie Buffet (Lola DeVillers), home economist Phoebe St. Self (Renee Kujawski), Psychic Celeste Ethereal (Gwen Severson) and Self Centered Gossip Columnist, Polly Pettegolo (Chris Milton).  Other in the cast include; Orie Milton, Skyler Champeau, Nicole Champeny and Keri Grimsley. 

The Nickie and Ricky Rivers Show is broadcasting their talk show on the road and it's a bumpy ride. This show features D list guests including Vegas Lounge singing team of Shecky Scagnetti and Edie Buffet, new age guru: Celeste Ethereal, home economist; Phoebe St Self and gossip columnist: Polly Pettegolo. Everyone is on the show to plug the their own "shows" and what starts out to be a yawn fest "talk show" gets heated with a few ego and personality clashes. Sure, it sounds like every other talk show but, this particular show kills! Literally. One of the featured guests is murdered. Who would want someone dead while live on the air? Or is the question, who wouldn't? Can this mystery help the ratings? Must the Show go on? Might as well, there's nothing else on.

“Talk About A Murder!” will debut for the Grovin’ Sisterhood Weekend at the Lodge at Leathem Smith on April 25.  It will then be performed for the public during the first week of May as a dinner theater and a regular show.  Reservations for dinner shows must be made in advance by calling the individual restaurants.  Menu options are available at each location.  The Depot PAC will host show only performances. 

 

Thurs. May 1

Fri. May 2

Sun. May 4

The Depot PAC

341 N. 3rd Ave. Sturgeon Bay

920-818-0816

 

Show

Only

Thurs.7:30

Fri. 7:30

Sun.2:00

$15

 

Sat. May 3

Old Opera House

23 W. Oak St. Sturgeon Bay

920-743-6040

 

Dinner Theater

7:00

$30

 

 

Fri. May 9

Lodge at Leathem Smith

1640 Memorial Dr. Sturgeon Bay

920-743-5555

 

 

Dinner

Theater

7:00

$30

PETER PAN JR. ‘SOARS’
7:00 PM - 2:00 PM

 

The special production is playing at the St. John Bosco School Gym (Corpus Christi Social Hall) Friday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 26 at 2:00 p.m. The 60-minute musical, designed for upper elementary and middle-school aged performers, is based on the play by J.M. Barrie and the 1953 Disney film. Admission is $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for students (age 3-12). The St. John Bosco cast contains approximately 50 students led by Director/Teacher, Mr. Bruce Newbern.

 “This endeavor has been a wonderful experience for our students and enhances their educational curriculum through the performance arts. The students have been working hard on their parts and are excited about sharing their acting, dancing, and singing with our school families and the community!”, noted principal, Sr. Patricia Beckman.  

Peter Pan JR.is the story of the boy who wouldn’t grow up and the girl who has to. After finding his shadow in the Darling family nursery, Peter teaches Wendy, Michael and John how to fly and sweeps them off to Never Land, where they meet Lost Boys, mermaids, indians and, of course, pirates.  If the children are ever to return home, Peter must defeat Captain Hook with the help of Tinker Bell and her fairy friends. Peter Pan JR. features classic songs from the 1953 film such as, “You Can Fly!,” “Following the Leader” and “The Second Star to the Right” as well as songs from the Pirates of the Caribbean ride and the 2008 Disney film Tinker Bell.

Spend an evening with pirates, fairies, mermaids, and lost boys.  See St. John Bosco’s Peter Pan JR. Friday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 26 at 2:00 p.m.  Tickets available at the school office (743-4144) and at the door the days of the production.