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You know, the movie. That one about George Bailey and Bedford Falls. That 1946 black-and-white film directed by Frank Capra — with James Stewart as George Bailey. That quirky Christmas story that’s become a classic for so many generations. This story of “This Wonderful Life” performed by a lone man and played with absolute brilliance by John Lepard. Written by Steve Murray. Directed by Tony Caselli.
This two-person play journeys through both a traditional and contemporary retelling of the classic O. Henry story, "The Gift of the Magi." While the holiday season is a time of abundance, the most important gift we can give and receive is love. Written by Annie Martin. Music by Suzi Regan. World Premiere directed by Suzi Regan.
Two pianos. One stage. 100 years of American piano music. Boogie Stomp! the Stageplay, tells the largely untold tale of boogie woogie and how it has shaped popular American music, including blues, jazz, swing, stride, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll. Boogie Stomp! is the story of American performers and audiences - past and present - and the vibrant music that emerges from their lives. Starring Bob Baldori and Arthur Migliazza, two of the best performers of American piano music in the world, who inform, entertain, teach, preach, dance, and boogie their way through a performance like no other. Join us for a rockin’ good time! Premium and Regular packages available. PREMIUM SEATS AVAILABLE BY PHONE OR AT BOX OFFICE ONLY (734) 663-0681.
A 2002 Pulitzer Prize finalist for drama, this is a two-person multi-character love story about an African-American woman who dreams of life beyond the confines of her small town Southern upbringing and the light-skinned man whose fate is tragically intertwined with hers. Written by Dael Orlandersmith. Directed by Lynch Travis.
This award-winning comedy features two thirty-somethings who meet when working as extras on a big American movie being shot in Ireland. Charlie’s video shop in Ballycastle has gone bankrupt and Jake has returned to Kerry after a futile few years in the US. The movie is a wonderful break from worrying about their futures, until the harsh realities of rural life break through. A recent three time Tony Award nominee, Stones won the Irish Times/ESB Irish Theatre Award for Best Production and two Olivier Awards- Best New Comedy and Best Actor. Written by Marie Jones. Directed by Suzi Regan.
The shy owner of a collectables store in Detroit finds his staid existence turned topsy-turvy when a mysterious women enters his life with valuable items that just should not exist anymore. This is the Michigan Equity Premiere of the 2014 Jeff Award Recommended show. This show reunites the winning team of author Zettlemaier and director Albright. Written by Joseph Zettelmaier. Directed by Joey Albright.
Brooke Wyeth returns home to Palm Springs after a six-year absence to celebrate Christmas with her parents, her brother and her aunt. Brooke announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family’s history- a wound they don’t want reopened. In effect, she draws a line in the sand and dares them all to cross it. Written by Jon Robin Baitz.