The ticket includes an opportunity to see the company’s two world premiere summer shows at Peninsula State Park. Each of these shows take place in Wisconsin during different periods of history.
“When you add up the shows, on average, that’s nearly $100,000 in ticket value being offered to the youth of our community,” stated Northern Sky Board Chair, Mary Seeberg. “That’s quite the investment, but we often hear from families who have made it a tradition to come out to the theater with their student ticket each summer. We are so pleased to be part of their family memories under the stars.”
Tickets will be distributed the middle of May should be in the student’s hands by summer vacation. Parents are encouraged to check their school office in the event they do not receive a ticket.
Boxcar opens June 13th and plays Mondays at 8:30PM, Wednesdays at 8PM, and Fridays at 8PM.
Dairy Heirs opens June 18th and plays Mondays at 6PM, Tuesdays at 8PM, Thursdays at 8:30PM, and Saturdays at 8PM.
Students will need to present their complimentary tickets at the outdoor amphitheater in Peninsula State Park. All performances are suitable for all ages. Visit www.NorthernSkyTheater.com for more information.