This community theater's mission is to provide entertainment and to encourage participation and interest in theatre, as well as showcase artistic talent and ability. Their performances are held at the Engler Center for the Performing Arts at the Chilton High School. This 735 seat performing arts center located at the Chilton High School boasts technology and multi-media systems exceeding almost any venue in Wisconsin.
This non-profit theater company serves schools and families in Manitowoc and surrounding counties, giving opportunities for children and family to perform together. They perform various children’s shows such as, “Frog and Toad” and “Beauty and the Beast”. It also provides families with quality affordable theatre education. It helps youths discover their strengths through stage skills.
600 seat performing arts center located in the Brillion High School. The EPAC broadens the offerings of entertainment and educational events to build on the current programming, and provides the community additional opportunities to experience performances from various artists and groups. View website for performance schedule.
This art-filled environment has a variety of creative spaces to host performances. The performing arts emphasize dance, music, and theatre performances from around the world. Family events and performances are held throughout the year. The cozy, intimate theater seats up to 175, and other spaces provide the perfect backdrop for numerous performances.
The Kiel Area Theatre (KAT) is a Non-Profit community Theatre serving Sheboygan, Calumet and Manitowoc counties. The mission of KAT is to entertain, educate and engage. KAT provides area residents the opportunity both to attend and to participate in quality presentations. The community theater performances are held at the Castle Theater at the Kiel High School.
The Kiel Area Youth Theatre (KAYT) provides children enrolled in 4K - 8th grade the chance to develop and showcase their artistic abilities and talents by giving them the opportunity to hold lead roles instead of having limited time on stage. The public is invited to view the performances and children are welcome to come to auditions. The performances are held at the Castle Theater at Kiel High School.
With casts nearing the hundred mark each year, and scores of people helping behind the scenes, Lakeshore Productions, Inc., has introduced hundreds to the magic of experiencing live theatre - and the opportunity to perform. The community of Random Lake, Wisconsin, has its summer traditions of summer theatre, taking the Random Lake High School stage during the first week of August. The show varies by year.
The Lakeland College Theatre showcases theater and musical performances from theater and stage production majors on campus at the 500-seat Bradley Theatre. Annual Performances include a Fall Play, Spring Musical and Student production.
The Masquers are made up of amateur thespians dedicated to producing quality community theater. They have been staging shows on the lakeshore for 80 years, and are determined to continue for another 80 more! Performances are at the Capitol Civic Center and other venues. See their website for details and scheduled shows.
PAF serves to enliven the spirit of the community by providing a diverse experiences in the arts, and has garnered regional as well as national attention for many of its shows. Several special performances throughout the year include entertainment variety performances, plays, and dance performances that are suitable for families.
The Sheboygan Theatre produces quality community theatre. Past production include programs such as Theatre in the Park for children and the presentation of Children’s Theatre and Studio Productions. Attend one of the upcoming shows, or get involved by finding a way to volunteer, be it on-stage, backstage, or one of many other ways. Performances are held at the Leslie W Johnson Theater at Horace Mann Middle School.
Theater For Young Audiences is a non-profit theater company serving Sheboygan county schools and families. If your kids are interested in more than just watching, they can join the Rising Star Youth Theater Troupe or audition for Mainstage and Storybook productions. Whether they're working behind the curtain or in front of it, kids can explore all avenues of the theater arts, from acting to make-up to directing to stage craft. The theater is heavily dependent on the involvement of the parents whose youth they serve, and there is a family participation requirement for those that have youth that are cast as part of the a production.
This historic theater features a wide variety of events, many of suitable for family viewing. It showcases live theater, movies, and musical acts. The 2016 family-friendly performances include the Oakee Dokee brothers, Pete the Cat, Big Bang Boom, Willis Family Clan, and a Frozen Sing-A-Long.
This theatre program is open to ages 7-18. The practices are held once per week and performs two musicals per year. It will introduce your child to improvisation, speech, staging, singing, and drama. There are no auditions and they will work with all the talent that comes their way!
Treehouse Theater's mission is to enrich the lives of children and their families by providing quality theater education and performance opportunities. You and your family can view kid-friendly, entertaining seasonal productions or join their Acting Academy, starting at age four. Past productions included Winnie the Pooh KIDS, Suesical Jr., The Wizard of Oz, and 101 Dalmatians.
University theatre was built in 2002 as part of a new wing that was added to the campus. They offer performances regularly and often have unique performances by traveling troupes as well as by students, including interactive performances for children. Purchase tickets prior to each performance at the UW-Manitowoc Administrative Services Office.