PTD Productions Performing

FARCE OF NATURE plays through Nov 18.  You don’t want to miss this zany farce. Thursday is pay-what-you-can at the box office. Thursday-Saturday at 8pm.

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A side-splitting comedy by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten. Their plays are always full of wit and good humor, providing audiences with a chance to leave their troubles behind and enjoy a couple hours of good, clean, laugh-out-loud fun. Farce of Nature does not disappoint – it is one of their very best!


The Orgreling with Spinning Dot Theatre


In the Dance Studio

By Spinning Dot Theatre

Thursday – Sunday, Aug 17-20 @ 8pm

The Ogreling by Suzanne Lebeau of Canada is a dark and wondrous play of a boy coming of age, discovering his otherness, and coming to grips with who he is and who he might become. Shadows, music, and the intensity of the play combine for a unique and transportive trek into this looming fairytale world.

Directed by Tyler Calhoun and Jenny Anne Koppera.

The cast includes Repertory veterans Tae Hoon Yoo (Big Fire), Vicki Morgan and Emily Slomovits. Joining the company are Matthew Webb and Jedì Curva dual cast as the Ogreling and Emily Levickas as Mother.

Recommended for audiences between the ages of 13-25.
$10 suggested donation.

KO Music Arts Festival

Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted Know Obstacles Music Enrichment Camp, established in 2016 by Steve Osburn.

Seven Evenings of Musical events in the Theater.  Click the Facebook Event Page links for a complete description of each evenings performances.

KO Music Festival

Sunday June 18
4 pm:  Impacto De Reyes, Latin Prog Band
7:30 pm:  OzMusic Acadamy Woodwind Recital (Kassia & Sam Martin)
8:30 pm:  OzMusicAcademy SongWriter Showcase – Brooks (R&B with a country twang)
Facebook Event Page


KO Music Festival

Monday, June 19
7:30 pm:  Oliver de Peralta – Oz Music Teacher – Solo Classical Guitar
8:00 pm:  Oz Plays Oz with Ken Kozora and Friends
Facebook Event Page

KO Music FestivalTuesday, June 20
7:00 pm:  Flute Specialists Flute Choir – Flute-centric old and new classical music featuring Peter Kopera-piano, John Hartwick-trumpet, Sam Martin-clarinet, Kassia Martin-flute.
7:30 pm:  Tree Town Ukes Jamboree
8:30 pm:  Adrian Huntly, Oz’s favorite local Singer-Guitarist of the Year!  Facebook Event Page

KO Music Festival

Wednesday, June 21
7:30 pm:  Gypsy Jazz Duo with Joe Summers & OzMusic’s own guitar healer Mickey Richard

Facebook Event Page


KO Music Festival

Thursday, June 22 pm
7:30 pm:  Harmony Bones, original & trad folk music with rich harmonies, guitar, bass, drums, banjo, sitar, flute
8:30 pm:  Michigan Guitar, Bass, and Chapman Stick Players Showcase

Facebook Event Page


KO Music Festival

Friday, June 23
7:30 pm:  KO Open Mic storytelling sharing and reflections on our special lives
8:30 pm:  Know Obstacles and the KO MusicArt All Stars
9:30 pm:  Naked Shark – Ann Arbor based psychedelic funk blues rock jam band!   Facebook Event Page

KO Music FestivalSunday June 25th
12-2 pm:  OzMusic Acadamy Student Band Showcase The Orb, ADDaBand, The Noodlers – Dave McWilliam, Facilitator
2:00 pm:  Justin Johnstone – Guitar Students Recital
3:30 pm:  OzMusic Family Open Stage & Drum Circle
Facebook Event Page

The camp, and the band Know Obstacles founded by Steve over 15 years ago, serves children and adults who have a range of special needs and abilities. Here is a video about the band, directed by one of its members: YouTube Video Page. For news about the 2017 Know Obstacles Music Camp, visit

Artwork by KO Camp participants and supporting community artists will be on display in the lobby throughout the festival.

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