Tuesday, July 5, 2022
Music, All Ages
Through the decades, eclectic fads, explosive dance crazes, artists and bands have burst forth onto the music scene and into our psyche. British invasions, Swedish bands, Motown, Swing dance and Disney are just some of the influences that have ignited today’s music genres. The Kids From Wisconsin’s BIG BANG BOOM Tour will bring these sensations, and much more, to life in our high-powered two-hour Vegas style production. Join our state’s most talented singers, dancers, and instrumentalists in celebrating the World’s most dynamic and impactful music styles and cultures.
This year’s “Plymouth Show” is presented by the Plymouth Arts Center with a one-time evening performance at the Plymouth High School Auditorium on Tuesday, July 5th, 2022 at 7:00 pm. Tickets for Reserved Seats for the ‘Plymouth Show’ are available now at the Plymouth Arts Center Box Office. (All seats are reserved, so please order early.) Tickets will be sold at the PAC office up until 4pm on the day of the show. Remaining tickets will be sold at the Plymouth High School Box Office, beginning at 6pm (which is one hour before showtime of 7 pm.) Tickets are: $20 (tax included) for Adults and $14 (tax included) for Youth (12 & Under) Mastercard and Visa are accepted. Visit the PAC box office at 520 East Mill St., Downtown Plymouth, Tues-Fri. 10am to 4pm, OR order online through our ticket service: www.plymoutharts.org, call (920) 892-8409. All proceeds of the show benefit the Plymouth Arts Center, a 501c3 non-profit organization.
This year, Kids From Wisconsin’s troupe of talented young performers includes two Sheboygan County KIDS who will be showcased as Plymouth’s Hometown Kids.
Noah Bartelt from Sheboygan Falls will play electric bass guitar. Noah just completed his third year at Stanford University, where he studies Public Policy. In addition to bass, Noah regularly plays trumpet, guitar, and drums for several groups on Stanford’s campus, including Ram’s Head Theatrical Society and the Stanford Marching Band. He also performs with his rock band, Urban Royalty, which was a state finalist for the Rockonsin Garageband competition. He graduated from Sheboygan North High School, where he performed with many groups and received the Marine Corps Musical Excellence Award. This is his second summer as a KID and he could not be more excited!
Representing her hometown of Kohler, Bridget Stephen Bullard is overjoyed to perform in her third season with the KIDS organization. She is a 2020 graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and just completed her sophomore year studying musical theater at The Boston Conservatory. Bridget’s recent credits include Perceval in “Lord of The Flies”, Seven in “Bereavement Leave”, and Maggie in “A Chorus Line”. She can next be seen in the upcoming web series “The Impending Doom of Nylah into Adulthood”. Outside of the arts, Bridget is active with her co-founded non-profit, GRO. which has raised over 100,000 dollars to build 16 bore-hole wells in Malawi, Africa. A huge thank you to KIDS for changing the course of her life’s work.
This show would not be possible without the support of our local community businesses and individuals who are helping with sponsorship and in-kind donations. This year’s sponsors are Sargento, Masters Gallery, Sartori Company, Van Horn Auto, Bank First, Paul and Kathy Sartori, Barbara and Dan Garton, National Exchange Bank, Barbara and Conrad Barrows, Suhrke Insurance Agency and Virginia Suhrke, Meinhardt Orthodontics, Cow Country Radio Stations, 98.5fm and 1420am, and the Wisconsin Arts Board.
About the Kids from Wisconsin: An iconic Kids From Wisconsin performance is a professional, fully staged Vegas-style performance designed for a multi-generational audience. The group tours the Midwest and will perform to over 120,000 over a summer.
SHOWMANSHIP – Providing opportunities for the state’s talented youth to put on a Broadway-caliber show for 120,000 people in cities large and small across Wisconsin.
LEADERSHIP – Inspiring more than 1,000 young, future performers in underserved communities across the state through free educational workshops and classroom curriculum.
PARTNERSHIP – Working with communities, schools, arts organizations and supporting foundations to develop and deliver engaging, local arts enrichment programs.
About the Plymouth Arts Center: The Plymouth Arts Center is a non-profit community arts organization founded in 1993 to promote and nurture the visual and performing arts in Western Sheboygan County and beyond. As the area’s leading arts destination for nearly 30 years, the PAC offers an ongoing and vibrant schedule of live musical and theatrical performances, fine art exhibitions, art classes and workshops, special annual events, i.e. Jazz & Blues Crawl Fundraiser, Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour, Paint the Towns En Plein Air, the nationally acclaimed, “Big Cheese Drop,” and more! Visit the PAC Gift Shop for original art and gifts created by PAC member artists. New members and volunteers are always welcome. The PAC also serves as an unique backdrop for private gatherings, meetings and special community events. Tour/School groups may schedule docent led visits. Gallery admission is free. Open Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm; Sat-Sun. Noon to 3pm; or by special appointment. Closed on Mondays and Holidays.
Friday, August 12, 2022
Music, All Ages
This 18th annual live music extravaganza and fundraiser features 11 fantastic bands at the PAC in the courtyard and greatroom and at 7 Plymouth clubs and restaurants. Show your support by purchasing the 2022 Wristband; a $10 donation for the PAC. Wristbands are available now at all participating venues.
Nov. 5-6 & 12-13
Music, All Ages
A Veteran’s Tribute Concert is a musical variety show presented for the purpose of honoring and showing gratitude to our nation’s veterans and active military personnel for their service and sacrifice in keeping us free and safe.