Door Community Auditorium Shows

Door Community Auditorium has played a very important role in supporting and encouraging Door County’s arts for twenty years. Featuring everyone from nationally known artists like John Hiatt to Gibraltar’s elementary school concerts, it has always been a pillar of our community.

“This year, the Door Community Auditorium celebrates its twentieth season with one of its most inspired and varied seasons yet…Performances on the roster will transport audiences all over the world. From the craggy hills of India, to the rough islands of Great Britain, and the iconic sound stages of Hollywood’s Golden Age, the DCA will bring a truly unique cultural experience to the Door Peninsula.”-www.dcauditorium.org

Door Community Auditorium

3926 Hwy. 42 • PO Box 397 • Fish Creek, WI 54212-0397

Phone: (920) 868-2728 • Fax: (920) 868-2590

Box Office Hours:

Summer/Fall:

Monday – Friday, 12 – 5 pm

Show Days, 12 noon – show time

Email: boxoffice@dcauditorium.org

2011 Performances

Movies at The Door: The Pink Panther

Starring Peter Sellers, David Niven, Steve Martin

United Artists; Directed by Blake Edwards;

Not Rated; 115 minutes; 1964

The inveterate bungler, Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Peter Sellers) of the Paris police, is the sort of man whose wife is not only two-timing him, but is doing so with the very masterful jewel thief he’s been assigned to catch. The inimitable David Niven plays the suave and ultra-sophisticated cat burglar.

Free!

Date: Monday, June 13, 2011

Time: 8:00pm

Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits

Peter Noone has been delighting audiences worldwide ever since he burst onto the international scene as a teen heartthrob in the 1960s. Originally known as “Herman,” lead singer of the British pop/rock band Herman’s Hermits, Noone popularized such songs as “I’m Into Something Good” and “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter.” Since his early years, Noone has also gained renown as an actor, songwriter, and inveterate performer who still captivates audiences with his exceptional talent, disarming wit, and unflagging energy.

Tickets: $55/$45/$38

Date: Friday, June 17, 2011

Time: 8:00pm

Movies at The Door: Feed the Fish

Starring Tony Shalhoub and a whole host of Door County landmarks and icons!

Strand Home; Directed by Michael Matzdorff;

Not Rated; 92 minutes; 2009

Joe Peterson, is a burned-out kids book writer who’s approaching his mid-life crisis. With his career at a standstill and his relationship in shambles, he leaves town with his best buddy to do the Polar Bear Plunge in the dead of winter in northern Wisconsin in an attempt to reignite his fire.

Stay tuned… this Door Community Auditorium encore screening of Feed the Fish just might be the beginning of a Door County cult film tradition akin to “Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

Free!

Date: Monday, June 20, 2011

Start Time: 8:00pm

Movies at The Door: The King’s Speech

Starring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter

The Weinstein Company; Directed by Tom Hooper

Rated R; 118 minutes; 2011

Based on the true story of the Queen of England’s father and his remarkable friendship with maverick Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue. Colin Firth plays King George VI who unexpectedly becomes King when his brother Edward abdicates the throne. Logue is the man who helps the King find a voice with which to lead the nation into war.

Free!

Date: Monday, June 27, 2011

Time: 20:00

Under The Streetlamp

Rock and Roll is here to stay as recent leading cast members of the Tony Award-winning smash hit Jersey Boys, (the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons) deliver the sounds of the sixties in an electrifying evening of unforgettable hits. The powerhouse, all-male quartet perform two nights of rock, doo-wop ditties, Motown melodies and Rat Pack favorites. Between them, they have appeared on Broadway, in feature films, and on your television – including special appearances during their Jersey Boys tenure on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Primetime Emmy Awards, and The Oprah Winfrey Show.

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