Heartwarming Original Musical Comedies Under the Stars
A unique wonder-filled Door County theater experience that guests will not soon forget.
Fall 2018 – Indoors FINAL WEEK Oct. 17th–20th
Northern Sky’s Fall Season features the laugh-a-minute fishtale musical comedy Muskie Love playing August 31st – October 20th indoors at the Door Community Auditorium in Fish Creek. Premiering in 2004, Muskie Love was the first collaboration by the now veteran writing team of Dave Hudson and Paul Libman. Muskie Love is a contemporary take on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, set on the shores of Green Bay and following the exploits of Ben and Bea, rival fishing guides in Door County. Read more here…
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Discover Wisconsin names Northern Sky and other Door County locales “2018 Choice Destination” – On TV Jan. 13 & Nov. 3
Discover Wisconsin visited our theater in the woods to capture our unique Door County experience on video. “Door County – Live Life Well” premiered Saturday, Jan. 13 on Fox Sports Wisconsin and on WFRV Channel 5 and will air again in November. The episode is also available on discoverwisconsin.com. Read More…
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The Northern Sky Theater Experience
In our little corner of the woods, the footfalls of 35,000 loyal fans stroll down the path in Fish Creek’s Peninsula State Park each summer to laugh and cry with our merry players under the newborn stars. Thousands more join us each season for our intimate Fall Season shows presented indoors at the Door Community Auditorium.
No doubt you’ll be in a good mood before you even sit down! The smiling and laughing at Northern Sky is just infused in the place and the people, no matter what the weather. Under the pines and starry sky, its a place where a happy ending is pretty much guaranteed. Enjoy our delightful cast, succeeding beyond measure in delivering silly grins and belly laughs for you, their appreciative audience. After the show, walk back through the woods with your spirits lifted and humming tunes that won’t soon get out of your heads. [excerpts from “A place where smiles come to play” by Warren Bluhm – June 24, 2015]