Mutts Gone Nuts
March 26, 2023 | 1:00 PM (Doors 12 p.m.)Buy Tickets Add to my Calendar
March 26, 2023 | 4:00 PM (Doors 3 p.m.)Buy Tickets Add to my Calendar
MUTTS GONE NUTS
Sponsored by Green Bay Packaging | The George Kress Foundation Part of the Brodhagen Dental Care Touring Series
Presented in partnership with Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary.
Expect the unexpected as canines and comedy collide in a smash hit performance that’s leaving audiences everywhere howling for more. From shelters to showbiz, these amazing mutts unleash havoc and hilarity in a breathtaking comedy dog spectacular, featuring some of the world’s most talented four-legged performers. Deemed “A Must See” by the Washington Post, the dogs are sure to steal your heart, and then your socks!
Since 1985, comedy duo Scott and Joan Houghton have brought their unique blend of physical comedy and circus arts to audiences from Las Vegas to Tokyo. They spent three years with country star Lee Greenwood at his theater in Tennessee and seven years as the featured comedy act at Dolly Parton’s Theaters in Branson, Orlando and Myrtle Beach. In 2005, the duo turned their attention to a creating a comedy dog act. Their nine amazing canine partners are all adopted from animal shelters and rescues. Mutts Gone Nuts is sure to unleash havoc and hilarity as the Houghtons attempt to match wits with their mischievous mutts in a family-friendly performance that is leaving audiences howling for more!
The canines of Mutts Gone Nuts were adopted from animal shelters or from rescue groups. ONLY all positive, reward-based training methods are used, which means looking for what the dogs like to do naturally, and cultivating those talents, reward and reinforce the wanted behaviors (with treats, toys, praise) and ignore the unwaned behaviors.
Door Opening Times
12 p.m. & 3 p.m.
Directions & Parking
Green Bay, WI 54304. Nearby landmarks include Target to the north and Ashwaubenon High School to the east.
Parking is free of charge and available via S Ridge Rd entrances, both in the north and south parking lots adjacent to the PAC, as well as along S Ridge Rd itself.
From I-41: Take exit 164 for S Oneida St/Waube Ln. Keep left at the fork to continue toward S Oneida St/Waube Ln. Turn left onto S Oneida St and continue to follow S. Oneida St. Turn left onto Anderson Dr. Turn right onto S Ridge Rd. PAC will be on the right.
From WI-172W: Take the exit toward WI-32/Oneida St/Ashland Ave. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Pilgrim Way and merge onto Pilgrim Way. Continue straight on Pilgrim Way. Turn right onto South Oneida St. Turn left onto Anderson Dr. Turn right onto S Ridge Rd. PAC will be on the right.
From WI-172E: Follow WI-172E to Van Der Perren Way. Take the exit toward WI-32/Oneida St/Ashland Ave. Turn right on Van Der Perren Way. Turn right on South Oneida St. Turn left onto Anderson Dr. Turn right onto S Ridge Rd. PAC will be on the right.
Please inform your customer care representative at time of ticket purchase if special seating is required as ample accessible seating locations are available. Of additional note, no stairs are required to access seats located in rows A-L of the PAC. Stairs are required, however, to access seats in rows M-Y.
The Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center is equipped with a Hearing Loop System that cuts out a significant amount of background noise for audience members with hearing aids or cochlear implants. Our special Hearing Loop receivers can be checked out free of charge at Coat Check. A driver’s license or credit card is held until the unit is returned after the show.
To utilize the hearing loop system, hearing aids must be equipped with a telecoil, or a T-coil. The T-coil in the hearing aid must be activated by an audiologist and switched on.
If you do not have a T-coil equipped hearing aid or cochlear implant but wish to benefit from the hearing loop system, a special receiver and earpiece can also be checked out free of charge.
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