June 12-14, 19-21, 2014 @ 8 pm
June 15 & 18 @ 2 pm
A PTD Production
Best friends, Julia Sterroll and Jane Banbury are now (they say) happily married. However, prior to their happy nuptials, they consecutively shared the same lover – Maurice Duclos, a dashing Frenchman.
Now, guess who’s back in town and requesting the pleasure of their company? This is Noel Coward at his inimitable best. The story is a hilarious cocktail of wit, charm and sharply observed human foibles.
Tickets: $18 General and $12 Student/Senior See Group Rates and Purchase
Down by the Riverside
Saturday May 24th at 7 pm
8 pm Afterglow Event with a Silent Auction in the Dance Studio
Michigan’s only vintage chorus girls bring you their fresh take on the female dance aesthetic of the Jazz Age, blending the influences of Josephine Baker, Mabel Lee, Eleanor Powell, and more.
This one hour program spans every mood and tempo from slow & sultry to fast & furious. Live music by the hard swinging James Dapogny Quartet. Followed by an afterglow in the dance studio loft, featuring refreshments, special performances, and a silent auction.
Tickets: $15 at door. Purchase in advance at email@example.com and visit their Facebook Page.
Proceeds benefit the Ragdolls and Riverside Arts Center.
A Painter and Found Objects Sculptor
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Open and free to the public
Linda will conduct a watercolor pouring technique demonstration presenting the elements of this process which include composition, masking off design, pouring colors, and adding details.
Linda has given demos for numerous art groups over the last ten years including the Romeo Art Guild, Anchor Bay Art Group, the Grosse Pointe Art Center and the Northern Michigan Artists Guild, Gaylord, MI. Linda has also taught water color workshops for two of the groups. This is a fun technique that frees one up, and she finds it a very enjoyable way to paint.
April 25 & 26 @ 7 pm
April 26 & 27 @ 2 pm
The Ann Arbor Young Actors Guild presents Tom Sawyer by Ric Averill, adapted from Mark Twain.
Set in St. Petersburg (Hannibal), Missouri, along the Mississippi River, Tom Sawyer tells the coming-of-age story of the community’s most mischievous boy. A great story of battles, love, pirates, running away, saving lives and coming home. The play is about learning to be a “stand-up” person even in the face of tremendous danger.
Tickets: $5 Students & Seniors; $10 Adults Purchase Here