June 26 - August 7, 2020
Music, All Ages
The Plymouth Arts Center is proud to present the 12th Summer of “Mill Street Live,” musical series. This summer, to ensure the safety of our cast, directional team, and community, Mill Street Live 2020 is being presented in small virtual cabarets each week. Under the direction of Tricia Roberts and Jamie Jeanty, along with Tom Roberts as music director, this summer’s cast features 14 young adults who love to sing, dance, and entertain! Selections by Queen, The Pointer Sisters, Elvis, The Jonas Brothers, and many more are featured each week. “While we’re bummed that we are not getting to rehearse and put on our normal ‘spectacular,’“ Tricia Roberts, director and veteran performer states, “I’ve really enjoyed working with the cast to safely record their solos and small group numbers. Their energy is contagious and their talent is strong. I cannot wait to work with them in a more traditional show next summer.”
The cast includes returning performers, Bennett Josephs (Plymouth,) Bridget Zenk (Newton,) Laura Mueller (Kiel,) Rosalia Johnson (Plymouth,) and Trenton Rabe (Kiel.) Our new cast members include Aria Lemke (Kiel,) Ella Josephs (Plymouth,) Elizabeth Heinen (Oostburg,) Evan Vorpahl (Sheboygan,) Harper Mcgoldrick (Sheboygan,) Jaclyn Patterson (Kohler,) Karl Munoz (Sheboygan,) Luke Gotwald (Sheboygan,) and Max Krueger (Sheboygan.)
Mill Street Live is sponsored by: Sargento; Masters Gallery; The Sartori Company; Kohler Foundation; Wisconsin Arts Board; Love 98.5fm Radio Station; Van Horn Automotive; Suhrke Insurance and Virginia Suhrke; Paul and Kathy Sartori; BMO Harris Bank; BMO Harris Wealth Management; National Exchange Bank; Group 66 Motorcycle Club; and Wisconsin Bank & Trust.
Our virtual series premiers every Friday evening at 7pm on the PAC Facebook page through August 7th. Missed the first few? Find them on our page to rewatch this fabulous cast! Please consider making a donation while watching the shows or anytime. We greatly appreciate your support! For more info: visit us in downtown Plymouth at 520 E. Mill Street, or our website www.PlymouthArts.org, or call 920.892.8409
Van Horn Auto
Art, All Ages
Encaustic, has an ancient history and an increasing resurgence of interest. The challenge of heating and cooling the beeswax captures the dynamic of chaos and demands control unlike that of any other painting medium. Encaustic medium is creating a wide variety of effect and depths in the layers beneath. Abstract pieces explore the possibilities of texture and depth that can be created with encaustics. In stark contrast, realistic pieces explore the detail and near photo realism you can achieve in encaustic painting. The overall effect produces a tactile pattern that captivates the viewer and entices them to touch.
Community Event, All Ages
Plymouth Arts Center is very saddened to announce that our summer Cheese Capital Jazz & Blues Crawl, scheduled for Friday, August 14, 2020 has officially been canceled amidst concerns over COVID-19. We have been pondering for many weeks over this decision. Due to the Jazz Crawl’s potential to bring large crowds together in small areas, we decided that it would be best to cancel for this year. As always, our top priority is the safety and health of our performers, guests, volunteers, and venues. We are incredibly disappointed that we won’t be able to see all of you and share in an evening of great Jazz & Blues music, we will miss you! Each year we look forward to this important and necessary fundraising event for our organization, this year would have been our 17th annual. We’ll be back next year, and we sincerely hope that good health and prosperity for our community and country returns. We ask you to please mark your calendar for next year’s fundraiser, Friday, August 13, 2021!
It’s easy to purchase event tickets as a gift. Simply purchase in the usual manner online via the event listing page, telephone our Box Office, or visit in person.