Here’s Bart Bauer, Set Designer, doing some final painting and seal-coat on the set for THIS WONDERFUL LIFE.Continue Reading →
Welcome to the 2011-2012 Season!
We've begun rehearsals on our first show, THE DEAD GUY, and it's going to be darkly hilarious, with a nice streak of social commentary running right down the middle. We're thrilled to be launching our 6th Season with this thoughtful, moving, satirical comedy, and glad that we get to collaborate once again with the Michigan State University Department of Theatre as well!
And, in case you ...
Mid-Michigan’s award winning professional theatre company, Williamston Theatre, located at 122 S. Putnam Street in downtown Williamston, is collaborating once again with the MSU Department of Theatre. The 2011-2012 Season starts off with a unique take on reality television in The Dead Guy by Eric Coble. Tickets are now on sale.
The Dead Guy begins with five Preview performances starting Thursday, September 29. During the first four Previews audience members will have the opportunity to take part in the process of ...Continue Reading →
Voucher booklets for the 2011-2012 Season are now on sale!
Each booklet contains 6 vouchers, which can be used flexibly in any combination, for any show, throughout the season. Cost for one booklet is $120.
~ Advance ticket reservation opportunities
~ Preferred seating
~ A discount of $3 per ticket (limit 6 per performance) on any additional tickets purchased
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A word from our playwright… Joseph Zettelmaier dropped this off for us…
Hi, there. Joe Zettelmaier here, playwright of “And The Creek Don’t Rise”. I’m going to ask your indulgence, as I basically never write blogs. But when Tony asked me to do this, I figured “What the hell? I’ll give it a shot.”
“Creek” began it’s life many years ago. I went ...
Joseph Zettelmaier dropped this off for us…
Hi, there. Joe Zettelmaier here, playwright of "And The Creek Don’t Rise". I’m going to ask your indulgence, as I basically never write blogs. But when Tony asked me to do this, I figured "What the hell? I’ll give it a shot."
"Creek" began it’s life many years ago. I went to college in Rome, Georgia. As a life-long Yankee, I figured "How different can the South really be?" The answer is…very different. It took ...Continue Reading →