World Premiere Wisconsin

Is your new year’s resolution to see more plays in 2023!? Well, in 2023 WI theater has something NEW in store for you. TAP will be participating in Wisconsin’s first new play festival. 

Winter Market

Warm up during Sturgeon Bay’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade & enjoy a pop-up market featuring local vendors. Find cozy handcrafted item, jewelry, baked goods, & more!

Subscriptions Now on Sale

Subscribers get the best price on tickets, no one gets a better deal. We have packages for everyone. Are you a TAP superfan? The Five Play subscription is here for you (and the greatest savings). Only in town for a few months? The Three Play package offers you the chance to pick the shows that fit your calendar. Need total flexibility? We have you covered with the Four Ticket Flex Pass, which you can use however you like. See four different productions, or bring three friends to one performance. How you use it is up to you!

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Welcome To Third Avenue PlayWorks

TAP is Door County’s premier year-round professional theatre, producing performances of comedies, dramas, and musicals in the newly-renovated Kane Theatre. Located in historic downtown Sturgeon Bay, this beautiful space brings audiences face-to-face with powerful stories by creating the most intimate theatrical experience possible. With its ever-growing reputation and its long-standing presence in the community, TAP is an integral part of Door County’s vibrant arts scene.

Third Avenue PlayWorks recognizes that we gather on the ancestral lands of the Potawatomi Nation and other peoples/nations, including the Huron, Menominee, Ojibwe, Ottawa, Petun, Sauk and Ho-Chunk. We acknowledge that the history of settler colonialism has shaped this place and its peoples, past and present, and in offering this acknowledgement seek to support and strengthen Indigenous sovereignty.