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Daniel Bachelis, Jeff Stringer, Paige Martin, John DeMerell, Cathy McDonald, Christina McKim, Jenna Pittman

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Paige Martin, Brendan Kelly, Jeff Stringer, John DeMerell, Cathy McDonald, Jenna Pittman, Christina McKim

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'Lights. Camera. Cure.' Theatrical Event Raises Over $20,000 For American Cancer Soci Photo 'Lights. Camera. Cure.' Theatrical Event Raises Over $20,000 For American Cancer Society Relay For Life
by Stephi Wild - Feb 8, 2019

Lights. Camera. Cure. - a special theatrical event held on Wednesday, February 6, that featured classic film hits as sung by local performers at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill - was a sell-out success with a capacity crowd of 400 patrons. The show raised over $20,000 for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Canton-Plymouth.

LIGHTS, CAMERA, CURE To Raise Money For American Cancer Society Relay For Life Photo LIGHTS, CAMERA, CURE To Raise Money For American Cancer Society Relay For Life
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2019

"Lights. Camera. Cure." is a special theatrical event to be held Today, February 6, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6 pm) - a musical fundraiser featuring classic film hits as sung by local performers at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill.

LIGHTS, CAMERA, CURE To Raise Money For American Cancer Society Relay For Life Photo LIGHTS, CAMERA, CURE To Raise Money For American Cancer Society Relay For Life
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 3, 2019

"Lights. Camera. Cure." is a special theatrical event to be held Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6 pm) - a musical fundraiser featuring classic film hits as sung by local performers at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill.

Penny Seats Theatre Company & University of Michigan's Environmental Biotechnology Group Partner for Water Conservation
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 30, 2015

A local collaboration between Ann Arbor's Penny Seats Theatre Company and the University of Michigan's Environmental Biotechnology Group will feature the musical Urinetown: The Musical! and water conservation research in a creative way during the next three weekends starting July 30.

Photo Flash: First Look at Penny Seats Theatre Company's URINETOWN
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 29, 2015

Urinetown: The Musical! The Tony-award-winning hit from 2001, will be performed by The Penny Seats Theatre Company July 30, 31, Aug 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, and 15 (all shows at 7 pm). Set in an admittedly absurd dystopian future where one must pay to pee, the show lampoons corporate bureaucracy, pie-in-the-sky optimism, revolution without a plan, and the musical theatre genre itself. With a full pit orchestra (led by Richard Alder) on the band shell stage, the action takes place around the audience in the park. Featured performers include Brendan August Kelly (Ypsilanti), Roy Sexton (Saline), David Francis Kiley (Ann Arbor), John DeMerell (Walled Lake), Sarah Ann Leahy (Ann Arbor), Paige Martin (Ann Arbor), Cathy McDonald (Plymouth), Christina McKim (Albion), Jenna Kellie Pittman (Waterford/West Bloomfield), Linda Rabin Hammell (Detroit), Jeff Stringer (Jackson), Maika Van Oosterhout (Ann Arbor), and Daniel Bachelis (Howell). Production photos taken by Scarlett London.

Photo Flash: In Rehearsal for Penny Seats Theatre Company's URINETOWN
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 13, 2015

'Urinetown: The Musical!,' the Tony-award-winning hit from 2001, will be performed by Ann Arbor's Penny Seats Theatre Company July 30, 31, Aug 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, and 15. Set in an admittedly absurd dystopian future where one must pay to pee, the show lampoons corporate bureaucracy, pie-in-the-sky optimism, revolution without a plan, and the musical theatre genre itself. With a full pit orchestra (led by Richard Alder) on the band shell stage, the action takes place around the audience in the park. Featured performers include Brendan Kelly (Ypsilanti), Roy Sexton (Saline), David Kiley (Ann Arbor), John DeMerell (Walled Lake), Sarah Leahy (Ann Arbor), Paige Martin (Ann Arbor), Cathy McDonald (Plymouth), Christina McKim (Albion), Jenna Pittman (Royal Oak), Linda Rabin Hammell (Detroit), Jeff Stringer (Jackson), Maika Van Oosterhout (Ann Arbor), and Daniel Bachelis (Howell).

Penny Seats Theatre Company Expands Summer Offerings
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 10, 2015

Ann Arbor's Penny Seats Theatre Company significantly expands summer offerings Ann Arbor's Penny Seats Theatre Company is set to open its fifth--and biggest--summer season at West Park, performing outdoor professional theatre for just $10 (or less) per ticket, on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays (and one Sunday) throughout July and August. This year, the group takes up residence at the park for six weeks, performing two blockbuster comedies: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [Abridged], by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield, and Urinetown: The Musical! by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis.

Spotlight Players Presents BARNUM Through April 28
by Anton Anderssen - Apr 21, 2013

BARNUM: a delightful play based on the life of showman P. T. Barnum. This man captivated the nation's attention, especially during the bleak and arduous years of the American Civil War; the musical covers the period from 1835 through 1880, both in America and major cities of the world where Barnum took his performing companies. His sidekick, Charles Sherwood Stratton, also known under the stage name General Tom Thumb, was a sensation in London, where Queen Victoria invited him to perform live at her palace, holding his hand and serving as his personal guide.