Fish Creek, Wis. (December 26, 2023) – Door Community Auditorium (DCA) is pleased to announce its vibrant 2024 winter season, which includes the Door County Talks morning lecture series, three Coffeehouse Concerts in DCA’s cozy lobby, and several stellar shows on DCA’s state-of-the-art Main Stage.
Passport Program Main Stage Shows On January 30, DCA presents a Main Stage performance by interactive prehistoric puppetry troupe Dinosaur World Live. Next, on February 9, vaudevillian chamber music ensemble presents their fast-paced variety show “Fruit Flies Like a Banana.” March 1, Dasha Kelly Hamilton will explore race, culture, and class in her refreshing piece “Makin’ Cake” (which will feature a cake reception following the performance).
Ticket prices for Main Stage events vary; advance tickets are recommended. All three Main Stage shows are part of the Passport Program, which is presented in partnership with Friends of Gibraltar and sponsored by Presenting Sponsor Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant & Butik; Major Sponsors Peninsula Pulse and Matt & Karla Sagorac, Supporting Sponsors Carrington Pub and Wisconsin Public Radio, and Partners Willow & Chris Alexander, Grasse’s Grill, Red Putter Mini-Golf, and Wood Rabbit Acupuncture. Additionally, the Dasha Kelly Hamilton visit is made possible with support from Ephraim Historical Foundation, Write On Door County, and the Women’s Fund of the Door County Community Foundation.
Coffeehouse Concerts DCA will present three Coffeehouse Concerts in their cozy Fireside Lobby: beloved songwriter/playwright Katie Dahl on January 27; award-winning songwriter pat mAcdonald on February 24; and cellist/current Grammy nominee Hans Christian on March 2.
All Coffeehouse Concerts take place at 7:00 p.m. in the DCA Fireside lobby. Tickets are $17.50 each and advance reservations are strongly suggested. Coffee and bakery will be available for purchase.
Door County Talks Series
Once again, DCA will present its Door County Talks Saturday morning lecture series. Lectures will include a talk on February 3 about Wisconsin elections and the Supreme Court by St. Norbert College professor Charles Jacobs and another on February 24 about creativity and artificial intelligence by UW-GB professor Kristopher Purzycki.
All Door County Talks begin at 10:00 a.m. Lectures are free to the public; freewill donations are encouraged. Coffee and bakery will be available for purchase. Each talk will include a short break, a post-talk question-and-answer session with the speaker, and a chance to meet and reconnect with the year-round Door County friends and neighbors.
Door Community Auditorium is located at 3926 Highway 42 in Fish Creek. For more information or to reserve tickets, call (920) 868-2728 or visit www.dcauditorium.org.