Dec. 8-17, 2023
Music, All Ages
The Plymouth Arts Center proudly presents “Celtic Christmas” a live musical concert with traditional, contemporary, and religious Christmas music featuring the group Celtic Folk. Six shows will be presented. Four evening shows will be presented, Friday – Saturday, Dec 8-9 and Dec. 15-16 at 7:30pm. Two Matinee shows at 2:30pm will be presented on Sundays, December 10 and 17th. The show is generously sponsored by Sargento and Masters Gallery.
Tickets are $15 for PAC Members and $17 for Non-Members. To purchase tickets please visit the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 East Mill Street, Downtown Plymouth, WI Tuesday-Friday, 10am to 4pm, call: 920-892-8409; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets also may be conveniently ordered online at: www.plymoutharts.org. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.
The group Celtic Folk features vocalists and musicians, Tom Armstrong, Tom Clegg, Julie Henze, Kerrylynn Kraemer, Mykael Lengling, Roy Schwab, Rachel Stoyke, Ramona Tritz, and Steve Vogt. Special guests performing this Christmas include the Schauer Irish Dance Troupe on Dec. 9-10, Bagpiper, Bruce McFarlane, on Dec. 17, and Vocalist, Allison Heinen, Dec. 8,15,16.
About Celtic Folk:
KERRYLYNN KRAEMER Kerrylynn Kraemer and Tom Clegg are the founding members of Celtic Folk (2013.) Celtic Folk presents a wide variety of traditional and contemporary Celtic and Americana music that they enjoy performing for audiences of all ages. Creating productions, whether it be theatre or concerts, is Kerrylynn’s passion. Aside from working on productions, she and her family enjoy traveling. Celtic Folk’s next show at the Plymouth Arts Center will be “A Wee Bit Irish” in March 2024.
TOM CLEGG Tom Clegg is excited to once again perform with Celtic Folk during Plymouth Arts Center’s 30th anniversary year. Tom and Kerrylynn Kraemer developed Celtic Folk in 2013 and have presented many Celtic Folk concerts at the Plymouth Arts Center throughout the years. Their most recent show was, “Musical Memories,” in October 2023. Tom has appeared in numerous musical/theatrical productions in the area, including Sheboygan Theatre Company, UW-Sheboygan University Theatre, Memories Ballroom, and Lakeshore Productions. Tom and his wife, Patti reside in Plymouth.
ROY SCHWAB Roy has been involved in musical theatre most of his life, from Danny in “Grease” in his college years to more recently Emile in “South Pacific”. Roy has written dozens of youth musical theatre productions and has directed many school and community theatre musicals for the past 40+ years. He is a lifelong educator and is currently the Plymouth School District Gifted and Talented Coordinator and District Health and Wellness Coordinator, as well as an adjunct professor for several universities. Roy resides on a horse farm in the area. When he is not busy with teaching, theatre, the farm, or announcing national level horse shows, he loves spending time with his family, downhill skiing, and participating in fitness activities. Roy has been part of the Celtic Folk productions at the PAC since 2017.
JULIE HENZE Music has always been an important part of Julie’s life, and she has been singing ever since she can remember. She has had the honor of singing at numerous family events, with the UW-La Crosse Choral Union, the UW-Baraboo Campus and Community Choir and the Plymouth Arts Center Singers. When she is not singing, Julie is enjoying her role as assistant store manager at Richardson Hospice Resale.
The Plymouth Arts Center is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization solely supported through memberships, fundraisers, business and individual donations, grants and sponsorships. The mission of the PAC is….to enliven the spirit of our community and to enrich the lives of all, by providing diverse experiences in the arts.
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