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February 1, 2019

Northern Sky Theater Update

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Northern Sky Theater's New Autumn and Winter Home

Soon, the experience of Northern sky Theater’s entirely new 39-acre Creative Home Campus will be part of the landscape at the intersections of County Roads A & F in Fish Creek, WI. This new autumn and winter home will include an intimate 245-seat indoor theater, rehearsal space, pre-production facilities and administrative offices.


Door County’s award-winning Northern Sky Theater has announced its 2019 Summer Season. We Like It Where?, Dairy Heirs, Windjammers will play in rotating repertory. Fall season will feature world premier Dad’s Season Tickets for an extended run at the company’s new Creative Home Campus.

Enjoy Their Delightful Cast, Silly Laughs, Antics Aplenty and Non-Stop Frivolity Nightly

Tickets will go on sale March 1 in the Northern Sky box office at the Green Gables shop in North Ephraim, via phone at 920-854-6117, or online at

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