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Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Sturgeon Bay theater looks ahead

Four plays are among the announced attractions.

GREEN BAY, Wis., (WFRV) – Third Avenue Playhouse at Sturgeon Bay includes four intriguing plays in its recently announced lineup through May. Info: www.ThirdAvenuePlayhouse.com.

The facility includes a main stage/theater, for music shows and movie series screenings, and a smaller theater for productions of Stage Door Theatre Company.

Highlights:

- “Souvenir,” with Claire Morkin and James Valcq in the two-person musical story of the phenomenon of Florence Foster Jenkins. This is a return production that holds many points of fascination. Robert Boles directs. Feb. 20-March 9.

- “The Drawer Boy,” with Doug Mancheski of American Folklore Theatre. It’s an engaging story revolving around two elderly farmers, one whose tough exterior sets up an interesting brew. James Valcq directs. March 27-April 13.

- “Columbinus,” with area youth delving into the chilling story of Columbine High School. It’s a StageKids Theatre production. Robert Boles directs. April 25-27.

- “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” a collage of stories revolving around women’s wear, from the writing sisters, Norah Ephron and Delia Ephron. Claire Morkin directs. May 1-18.

Boles and Valcq operate the facility and apply wide-ranging artistic and technical abilities.

You may email me at warren.gerds@wearegreenbay.com. Watch for my on-air features on WFRV at 6:45 p.m. Thursdays and every other Sunday between 6 and 8 a.m. (usually around 7:45 a.m.)

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