Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (March 28, 2022) – Join the Door County Maritime Museum at the Sturgeon Bay Museum for an evening of classic Great Lakes folk songs, with three longtime members of Northern Sky Theater: Doc Heide, Craig Konowalski, and Holly Feldman.
These troubadours will share an overview of Northern Sky Theater, and a bit about the 2022 season of theatrical performances. This will be a fun opportunity to learn more about this Door County institution’s rich 52-year history!
Due to the nature of the performance, the April 2022 Maritime Speaker Series evening will NOT be shared via Zoom. A recording will be available on DC Maritime’s YouTube channel on Friday.
Fred “Doc” Heide has been on the Peninsula stage since 1973, and is co-author of 20 musicals including Belgians in Heaven, Packer Fans from Outer Space, and Guys & Does.
Craig Konowalski is a Heritage Ensemble co-founder (two Northhern Sky Theater name changes ago), playing several summers with the troupe in the 1970s, and has performed extensively over the years since.
Holly Feldman brings more than 15 years of experience in philanthropy and nonprofit leadership to Northern Sky in her role as director of development and public relations. Holly has been seen singing on stage with Katie Dahl, Doc Heide, Jeffrey Herbst, Jimmy Kaplan, Eric Lewis, and Karen Mal.
The DCMM Maritime Speaker Series offers an assortment of monthly programs – from historical topics to current issues affecting the Great Lakes and the economy that relies on them. The Door County Medical Center Maritime Speaker Series programs are held the first Thursday of each month, October through May, beginning at 7pm, on the second floor of the Museum in Sturgeon Bay, as well as online. There is no costs to attend; we suggest donation of a non-perishable food item, or if watching online, we ask you to donate to your local food pantry.
Visit www.dcmm.org/maritime-speaker-series for more information and to register for the online presentation.