Join us this month for the third meeting of the Play Reading Club as we discuss A PERFECT GANESH by Terrence McNally.

Created in October, the monthly Play Reading Club, based out of the Sturgeon Bay location of Door County Library, is part of the library’s program of book reading clubs with a focus on dramatic literature. Each month, much like a book club, participants discuss a play that they’ve all read in advance.

A limited number of scripts can be checked out of the library, and a reference copy will be available for reading in the library. No advance sign-up is required, so everyone is welcome to join.

Don’t miss this chance to connect with fellow theatre lovers and learn more from Artistic Director Jacob Janssen about the art of reading a play!

And don’t forget – attendees at each month’s meeting help choose the play for the following month.

Play Reading Club
Wednesday, December 14 at 3PM
Door County Library, Sturgeon Bay

Community libraries within Door County, Wisconsin have been active since 1866. In 1953 several libraries combined to become branches of the Door County Library. Currently there are seven branches: Baileys Harbor, Egg Harbor, Ephraim, Fish Creek, Forestville, Sister Bay/Liberty Grove, and Washington Island. The main library in Sturgeon Bay also houses the MILLER ART MUSEUM. Visitor or resident, everyone is eligible for a Door County Library card; there are no age or residence restrictions. The Door County Library is affiliated with over fifty other Northeast Wisconsin libraries in the Nicolet Federated Library System (NFLS) and the Outagamie Waupaca Library System (OWLS).