June 28-Aug. 2, 2019
Music, All Ages
The “Mill Street Live” Summer Musical Series is celebrating its 11th year of fantastic performances at the Plymouth Arts Center in downtown Plymouth, WI. “Mill Street Live” is a high energy song and dance musical revue and is regarded as one of the most entertaining summer shows in the area. With nearly two hours of music from the past six decades there is something for everyone in the audience to enjoy. Featured genres are Rock n’ roll (old and new,) Country, Jazz, Blues, and more. Seven shows will be performed at the Arts Center; six Friday evenings, and one Saturday night performance, all at 7:30pm. Join us for the season opener on Friday, June 28th. July shows are July 5, 12, 19, 20, 26, and the finale on August 2nd. The show is suitable for all ages and families are encouraged to attend. Tickets are available in advance and at the door: adults-$13 (tax included;) $8 for children age 6 to 12; Free for kids 5 and under. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Plymouth Arts Center, (920) 892-8409; (voicemail 24hrs) or conveniently online at: www.plymoutharts.org, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our box office at 520 E. Mill Street, downtown Tuesdays-Fridays 10am to 4pm. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.
The Mill Street Live Summer Music Series was initiated in 2009 at the Plymouth Arts Center. MSL is a music revue that showcases young area performers age 16 and up and their abilities to SING, DANCE, AND ENTERTAIN. Known for its high-energy performances, the music selections, choreography, and showmanship help Mill Street continue to be known as a premier summer staple in Sheboygan County. Join in the fun and enjoy high-quality entertainment right here in our community.
The Plymouth Arts Center is pleased to introduce you to the 2019 Mill Street Live Cast:
The Ladies are: Abby Marcus- Kiel, UW-Sheboygan Bridget Zenk- Newton, Sheboygan North High Courtney Eberle- Kiel, Kiel High School Laura Mueller- Kiel, Kiel High School Olivia Hoekstra-Kiel, Kiel High School Paige Bruggink- Oostburg, UW Madison Rosalia Johnson- Plymouth, Plymouth High School
The Gents are: August Paswaters- Oostburg, Millikin University Bennett Josephs- Plymouth, Plymouth High School Brandon Wille-Kiel, Kiel High School Joshua Ludens- Oostburg, Millikin University Trenton Rabe-Kiel, Kiel High School Christian Spaay, Wauwatosa-Marquette University High School.
This year’s show is directed by long time Mill Street Live performer, Tricia Roberts. The creative team members are: Tom Roberts, Music Director; Choreographers: Tricia Roberts; Tom Roberts; Josh Ludens; August Paswaters; Kristi Hasenstein; and Jamie Jeanty. Lighting Design will be coordinated by Pat Smith and Tom Roberts is the Sound Technician.
The Plymouth Arts Center’s and the Mill Street Guild’s vision for producing an outstanding show would not be possible without the commitment and generosity of our private and corporate sponsors and playbook advertisers. Through our fundraising programs it is possible to present the show for community and visitor enjoyment at an affordable cost. Businesses and individuals, who wish to help support our efforts through sponsorship or would like to advertise in the playbook, may contact the PAC office, (920) 892-8409.
This year’s generous sponsors are: Masters Gallery, Bank First, Suhrke Insurance Agency, Wisconsin Bank & Trust, Group 66 Motorcycle Club, Waldo State Bank, 1420 the Breeze Radio Station, and BMO Harris Bank.
Jan. 22, 2021
Art, All Ages
Eight creative couples will be sharing their love of artistry in a brand-new art exhibition entitled, “A Couple’s Winter Blast,” at the Plymouth Arts Center. The show will open in Gallery 110 North with a reception from 5-7pm on Friday, January 22, 2021. The exhibition is generously sponsored by Plymouth Furniture. Musical entertainment will be provided by Thomas Pibal. The featured couple artists are Pam and Richard Bronk, Phyllis and Bob Hoopman, Jane and Keary Kautzer, Sylvia & Mark Mondloch, Donna & Mark Rittorno, Karen and Patrick Robison, Eileen & Don Urness and Angelynn Brown and Eric Paulson.
4/2/2021 to 4/30/2021
Art, All Ages
The art created by the Waters Edge Artists reflects their passionate interest in the conservation of land, waters, and historical sites in Wisconsin. Members come together from as far north as Michigan’s UP to as far south as Milwaukee. During the summer months, WEA partners with various organizations that are dedicated to these same goals by setting up their easels outdoors and painting “en plein air” at their fund-raising events. Through sales of their paintings, they have raised awareness as well as funds to further the conservation initiatives of the Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust, Niagara Escarpments Resource Network, Lakeshore Natural Resource Protection, Natural Resources Foundations of Wisconsin and others