Frequently Asked Questions


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What are curtain times for 2017?

How much do tickets cost?

How do we find you?

Do you sell Gift Certificates?

Can I bring my three year-old and can s/he sit on my lap?

Why are there service fees?

How should we dress?

May I bring a camera?

Does the show go on if it rains?

Are you a dinner theater?

Where can we stay overnight?

If I can’t attend an event I have tickets for can I return them?

If I lost my ticket can I still see the show?

How can I audition for you?

How do I apply for an internship?


What are curtain times for 2017?

Curtain times for 2017 are as follows:

June 13 thru September 3

Tues – Sat at 8:00 PM

Sun at 7:30 PM

EXCEPT the following Sundays – July 2, July 23, August 13 and September 3 at 4:00 PM

September 6 thru October 15

Tues – Sun at 7:00 PM

EXCEPT October 15 at 3:00 PM


How much do tickets cost?

Ticket prices for the 2017 season range from $38.00 to $47.00 depending on the row in the theater and whether the show was a musical or not. Student discounts of $3 per ticket are available. Please visit our Order Tickets Page for more information or call the box office at 920-868-3287.


How do we find you?

Please visit our Parking and Directions page for a printable map and directions.


Do you sell Gift Certificates?

Yes, you select the dollar value and they pick the show. Visit our Gift Certificate Page.


May I bring my three year-old and can s/he sit on my lap?

Babies in arms are NOT allowed in the theater. Everyone who enters the theater must have a ticket and lap-sitting is not allowed, this is for the consideration of other patrons. A majority of our shows are intended for older audiences and can run in length of two to two-and-a-half hours. Children under the age of five are discouraged from attending productions because of their short attention span. Peninsula Players recommends parents consider their child’s maturity level and if they are concerned about a production’s content they should ask the Box Office staff.


Why are there service fees?

For those who purchase tickets at our box office window in person there are no service or handling fees. For those who choose to purchase their tickets by phone, Internet or mail there is a $4.50 fee per order, not per ticket. This fee includes the sales tax on the tickets and is to help offset the cost credit card companies charge us for processing.

The state of Wisconsin charges non-profit performing organizations sales tax on all of their ticket sales; the Players incorporates that cost into the prices it sets at the bar/canteen and into the handling fees of ticket sales.


How should we dress?

Please dress for the weather. We are enclosed and you will stay dry should it rain. Our theater also has radiant floor heat to take the chill off cool nights. Patrons attending a Players performance come in a variety of dress, from semi-formal to casual. Blue jeans, shorts as well as suits and ties are seen at every performance. We do suggest to the ladies to wear a sensible shoe as the grounds and shoreline are in the natural state and the heels of some dress shoes have been know to sink in the earth.


May I bring a camera?

Pictures and recording devices are NOT allowed of the productions themselves. It is a copyright violation to record the actors’ without their written permission according to Equity rules. Flash photography is dangerous to the actors, as it catches them off-guard in a darkened space. Recall the last time your photo was taken with a flash, how did it effect your vision? Pictures can be taken about the theater’s grounds.


Does the show go on if it rains?

Yes, we have an all weather pavilion. In the history of Peninsula Players, we have never canceled a performance because of the weather.


Are you a dinner theater?

No, but we do have a cash only bar which offer a wide variety of imported beers and top shelf liquors as well as a concession stand with soft drinks, coffee, light snacks and candy bars. We are conveniently located to many restaurants, from fine to causal dining, in Door County. Please refer to our online playbill located under each show for restaurants who support Peninsula Players.


Where can we stay overnight?

Peninsula Players is located near several hotels, motels and resorts. Please refer to our online playbill located under each show for lodging establishments who support Peninsula Players.


If I can’t attend an event I have tickets for can I return them?

All ticket sales are final; there are no cancellations or refunds. Season ticket holders may exchange tickets for free. Patrons may exchange tickets if the box office receives at least 48-hours notice prior to the date on your ticket, for $1 per ticket, we can exchange them to another performance in the Players season.


If I lost my ticket can I still see the show?

If you gave the box office associate your name and phone number we should be able to track your sale and re-print your ticket with proof of valid ID at the window the day of the show. Please call the box office at 920-868-3287.


How can I audition for you?

Please note we are a professional theater and hire actors by the rules and regulations set forth by Actor’s Equity Association, which limits the number of non-union actors we can hire per production. Auditions are held in the spring, around February or March, in Chicago, please visit the Equity hotline for audition times and watch for our ad in the Chicago trade paper “Performink.” You may send your head shot and resume for our files to the attention of our Artistic Director, Greg Vinkler at 4351 Peninsula Players Road, Fish Creek WI 54212.


How do I apply for an internship?

Please visit our Employment Page for more information. Acting roles are not guaranteed but an exciting experience working with professionals is.