As you drive down Sturgeon Bay’s Third Avenue at night, you will now be able to see the Third Avenue Playhouse Marquee lit up after a year of renovations. Last Saturday, many of the area’s biggest names gathered to witness the lighting of the marquee. In attendance were Representative Joel Kitchens, Door County Community Foundation President and CEO Bret Bicoy, and United Way of Door County Executive Director Amy Kohnle, Mayor David Ward and Destination Sturgeon Bay Director Pam Seiler. Both Mayor Ward and Pam Seiler spoke at the event before the marquee was lit. Last year, TAP set on a journey to completely renovate the playhouse and raise 3.5 million dollars to fund the project. So far, the TAP has raised $2.5 million thanks to the community banding together to support the project. The renovation is expected to finish in the fall, and TAP has set a tentative date for their first show back. As of right now, you will be able to see the two-person show of Gutenberg, the musical, the first week of October.