"Adulting" has a pretty negative connotation on social media. But when you're in your forties, there's no better way to experience the magic of Door County. Farm-to-table dining, galleries and great coffee, it's time to indulge your grown-up side.
Across nearly 70 years, the Agatha Christie play "And Then There Were None" has become one of those old chestnuts, performed by high school and college drama clubs throughout the world. To say that it's a tired play is a massive understatement. But a sparkling new production that opened at The Peninsula Players Wednesday night and runs through July 27 proves that even the oldest of chestnuts can be reborn if all the pieces fit.
Almost dying and then getting a heart transplant at the last moment comes with all kinds of problems and challenges, both emotional and physical. It's a dramatic event in the life of the recipient and in the lives of the family of the donor. It's so dramatic that the awesome Peninsula Players opened its 79th season with the world premiere of the dramatic tale that makes up "The Tin Woman," written by Sean Grennan.
Yes, Door County has cherries, gorgeous scenery, cherries, quaint towns, cherries, lots of shopping and cherries. It also has a long-lived and thriving theater community.