Nothing but blue skies from now on!

Greetings from the TPAC Family! 


We are so excited to let you know that the 2022 season is in process! You can click on 'EVENTS' above to look over the Upcoming 2022 Events. We want to continue our success at providing quality entertainment while bringing people together in a safe environment.


The majority of shows during the past two seasons were outside on the front lawn of the Theater where folks could spread comfortably out, have a picnic, make new friends, see old friends, watch their children play; all while enjoying the outdoors while listening to quality entertainment.


We have heard wonderful comments so we will continue this. Therefore, this coming season, the schedule will be split with shows will be held both outside, like last year, and inside our beautiful and comfortable theater.

Please let us know if you have suggestions for future shows, suggestions for the theater, would like to volunteer, would like to perform or would like to help sponsor a future show. Any or all of these will make for a stronger and healthier TPAC. Feel free to call us at 920-847-2528 or to email us at

We so look forward to seeing you this summer. Thank you so very much for your support!




                     Next Up!

Saturday, September 17th at 7:30:

Eric Lewis and The Griffon String Quartet from Midsummer’s Music. Memphis- based multi-instrumentalist meets a string quartet and you get a mix of swing, bluegrass, folk, Celtic, blues enhanced with chamber music.

Eric Lewis is known for his consummate skill on a plethora of stringed instruments, playing and singing and more. He is a recipient of the Premier String Player Award from the Memphis chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Founded in 1990, Midsummer’s Music has been bringing chamber music to Door County, Wisconsin, audiences for more than three decades. The resident string quartet, the Griffon String Quartet, enriches the lives of children and adults throughout northeast Wisconsin through concerts, workshops, and music education.

LATE FERRY BOAT: There will be a late ferry returning to the mainland after the show at 10:00. Walk-on passengers do not need a reservation but cars do. Please purchase round trip passenger and car tickets at the mainland terminal. To make a return car reservation, please email the Trueblood Performing Arts Center at and we will confirm that it is reserved. Also, please email us if you need transportation between the Island ferry terminal and the theater. It is gong to be a most memorable and musical evening!!

Please let us know if you have any entertainment suggestions or would like to help sponsor a show.  Thank You!

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The 2nd Annual Smartphone Film Fest is complete and 13 submissions have been sent to the judges. They also have been posted to the TPAC Youtube Channel along with last year"s submissions. Thank You to all participants and to the Washington Island School for helping students prepare their films.
Image by Ross Sneddon

Please view the 2021 Short Film Winners and submissions on the Trueblood Performing Arts Center YouTube Channel.

2022 Winners and Submissions will be posted shortly.



Hold the Boat Vol. One Now Available

The new music compilation CD, Hold The Boat, Vol. One, is now available for purchase! This wonderful compilation is comprised of 13 original songs, each written and sung by an Island or Island-connected artist and whose use was donated to this project. The CD has been getting rave reviews and we are very proud to showcase this Island talent! Thank you, Artists!! All sales go to the TPAC! A perfect present for yourself or for someone you love!

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