The Snow Queen and the Goblin
and The Emperor's New Clothes
Auditions August 19 and 20, 2014
Production dates Oct. 10 – 19, 2014 For more information, please see auditioning page.
The production has ended at Schmidt Community Center but the show will be performed three evening at the Lansing Renegade Theatre Festival in Old Town August 14 – 16. Show times 7:00 p.m. on Fridays and 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. The location is 317 E. Grand River Ave.
The Castaways - a musical by Michael and Jill Gallina. Grounded in historical fact, the The Castaways' plot, delivered through flashbacks, reveals the struggles of immigrant children on the streets of New York City in the early 1900s. Ultimately the happy endings for these “castaways” take them to homes with Midwestern families. Their poignant stories sensitize today's children to the stark realities of homelessness.
For additional information, please contact Bill Gordon, Artistic Director Mid Michigan Family Theatre firstname.lastname@example.org or (517) 339-2145.
Traveling Tales Begins Summer Presentations
CALLING ALL YOUTHS TO JOIN
THE YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD!
The Youth Advisory Board of the Mid Michigan Family Theatre is looking to recruit new members from different area schools, to the 2013-2014 Youth Advisory Board. If you are bursting with ideas, we want to hear from you! Any age youths are welcomed.
If you are interested in joining YAB, contact the President Ania P., at the MMFT email: email@example.com, attn.: YAB.
See the BOARDS page for more info!
Please refrain from talking, making noise, or obstructing the view of others during performances. Use common courtesy.
Due to royalty agreements, recording/taping/filming of our performances is prohibited. Flash photography is distracting to the performers and other patrons and potentially dangerous to actors due to visual impairment from the flash.
Please refrain from taking pictures during the performances unless you do so without the flash.
Young Children and Live Theater
We are often asked what is the youngest age for a young person in the audience. In consideration of our performers and patrons,we request that our younger audience members be able to sit through a performance without crying or causing a distraction. Children can always be taken into the lobby to get settled down, but crying at least two years old can seriously detract from the experience of others.