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Green Bay City Pages Highlights: Feb.3-10, 2022

Green Bay City Pages Highlights: Feb.3-10, 2022

JoJo Siwa, doughnuts, D&D and more.

By Rachel Sankey

You’ve heard of the Brady Bunch, now get ready for…

Friday, Feb. 4

Meyer Theatre, Green Bay

Let Me Be Frank Productions’ “The Brady Bunch” will be at the Meyer Theatre (117 S Washington St) for their opening night on Friday, Feb. 4.

“The Franky Bunch” is Let Me Be Frank’s rendition of the classic show “The Brady Bunch,” which follows the story and adventures of an eight-person household after a widow and widower get married. The cast includes Frank Hermans as Dad Brady, Pat Hibbard as Greg, Amy Reimer as Marcia, Tom Verbrick as Peter, Lisa Borley as Cindy, Sarah Galati as Jan and Blake Hermans as Bobby.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35.

Knee Cap Doughnuts

Saturday, Feb. 5

The Flour Pot, De Pere

Those with a sweet tooth can stop at The Flour Pot (307 Reid St) this Saturday to learn how to make Kneecap doughnuts with Chef Gina Guth.

Kneecaps are known as a local dessert found at supper clubs throughout Northeast Wisconsin. They’re made by frying dough in a round shape, coated with sugar and finished off with whipped cream. 

Due to popularity, Gina has added a morning class on Feb. 5 at 10:30 a.m. This will replace her Homemade Pasta for two class.

Kristin Key Comedy Show

Thursday, Feb. 10

Lyric Room, Green Bay

Kristin Key comes to the Lyric Room (233 N Broadway) bringing the laughs.

Key is an American musical comedian from Aurora, Missouri. She began doing stand-up comedy when she was 19 years old. She’s been seen on NBC’s “Bring the Funny,” Dry Bar Comedy and Comedy Central. She is also the host of her weekly podcast “Kristin Knows Blank,” which is about comedians’ hobbies, guilty pleasures and more. 

Key will be joined by Raegen Niemela, Darrel Geyer and Ross Huff. 

The laughs start at 7 p.m. Tickets start at 15. This show is for ages 21 and up.

D&D Character Creation

Monday, Feb. 7

Brown County Library, Kress Branch, De Pere

The Kress Branch of the Brown County Library (333 N Broadway) is hosting a Dungeons and Dragons workshop to help with character creation for enthusiasts of the game.

Dungeons and Dragons, also known as D&D, is a fantasy tabletop roleplaying game that was created by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson in Lake Geneva, WI. The game has been played by people all over the world for nearly 50 years.

The workshop will provide a brief overview of the game as well as help in deciding character personalities, abilities, stories and more for your character. 

The workshop starts at 6:30 p.m. and is free. The event is for those ages 12 and up. Registration is required.

Valkyrie Beside Me (reunion), Sons of Kong, The Sinner & the Saint and Radio for Pets

Friday, Feb. 4

Lyric Room, Green Bay

The Valkyrie Beside Me reunites at the Lyric Room (233 N Broadway) on Feb. 4. Joining them will be Sons of Kong, Sinner & Saint and Radio for Pets.

Sons of Kong is a rock and roll band from Green Bay that started back in 2013. Their EP, No Shy Violet, was released in 2021 featuring five tracks with heavy garage and blues-influenced rock music. 

The Sinner & the Saint are a pop-emo and pop-punk band from Green Bay. Their most recent single, “Growing Old,” was released in 2020 and reflects on aging and our place in the world.

Wisconsin-based Radio for Pets, a midwest-emo, pop-punk band, released their first single “Billy Block and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Year” in 2020. 

The bands start jamming at 8:30 p.m. Tickets start at $8. This is a 21+ event.

JoJo Siwa with The Belles

Tuesday, Feb. 8

Resch Center, Green Bay

JoJo Siwa takes the stage at the Resch Center (820 Armed Forces Dr) on Feb. 8 for her D.R.E.A.M. Tour, her first live concert tour. 

Siwa got her start on Dance Moms, and is a dancer, singer and YouTuber. She is widely known for her high ponytail and big sparkly hair bows. Since her claim to fame, she has had 21 books published and several hit songs such as “Boomerang,” “Hold The Drama,” and D.R.E.A.M.

She will be joined by The Belles, a family trio blending country and modern music together. 

The concert kicks off at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $40.

Rachel Sankey is an Arts and Entertainment Reporter for Green Bay City Pages. She can be reached via email at [email protected]

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