We here at Tipping Point Theatre take pride in our efforts to be involved with the community and to create events that are not only entertaining, but also help raise funds to keep live, professional theatre thriving in Downtown Northville.
Home for the Holidays
Join us for an evening of songs and stories that will remind you of your favorite holiday memories. The night will include famous holiday readings like Twas the Night Before Christmas and Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. A multitude of Songs: “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”, “12 days of Christmas”, and “Silent Night” to name a few. There will be Prizes to win, a sing-a-long and the warm feeling your get sitting in front of a crackling fire and watching the snow fall. Directed by: James R. Kuhl and Music by: Michelle Divine, this one of a kind show is a great way to enjoy the holiday season with friends and family, while supporting Live, professional theatre, close to home!
Starring: Peter Prouty (Ebenezer), Sonja Marquis (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike), Kryssy Becker (Ordinary Days) and Nick Yocum (The Rainmaker)
Performances run Dec 18 – 27, 2014 all tickets are all $35
Messages From the Other Side
Oct 4, 2014
Tickets on sale Sept 1 $85
Join psychic, Rachel Rains, as TPT hosts a fundraising event in the style of _The Long Island Medium_. It is an evening you won’t soon forget. Ms. Rains has been featured on 105.1 (Jim Harper & The Magic Morning Show). She also had appearances on 100.3 WNIC, Pyschic On Air CBS Radio, 93.1 WDRQ, Fox 2 News, and Channel 4 (WDIV).
Love, Loss and What I Wore
by Nora and Delia Ephron
March 13-15, 2015
Back by Popular Demand!
A show about women and the clothes they wear!
In this heartfelt comedy by chick-flick favorites, Nora and Delia Ephron, clothing is used as a vehicle to access some of the most vulnerable moments in a woman’s life. Shopping for undergarments is transformed from a mortifying experience to a symbol of womanhood, a birthday outfit becomes a story of acceptance, and a bathrobe comes to embody the relationship between mother and daughter. Through a collection of monologues, the all female cast of “What I Wore” reminds us that what we wear flourishes more than our outfit; it accessorizes life’s most pivotal moments of love and loss.