New Look, New Shows, Same Great Theatre
On June 7th, surrounded by supporters, sponsors and patrons, Producing Artistic Director James R. Kuhl introduced Tipping Point Theatre’s upcoming 12th season with scenes performed by Detroit-area actors at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth. “It’s certainly going to be our best season yet. We continue to produce theatre that entertains and enriches while showcasing the tremendous talents of actors, designers and directors in Southeast Michigan,” he said. But focusing on Michigan artists isn’t the only way the theatre stays proactive in their community. “Tipping Point strives for excellence in our productions while also continuing to work toward gender parity in opportunities and compensation for artists.” As a testament to their efforts, over the first 11 seasons, nearly 60% of design and technical positions have been filled by women, including more than half of the Directors that are hired. Continue reading...
Tipping Point Closes Their 11th Season with an Unforgettable Show
Northville, MI – Tipping Point Theatre rounds out their 11th Season with Y York’s The Impossibility of Now, a new romantic comedy. The story revolves around Carl and Miranda, a married couple at the end of their relationship. But after Carl takes a hit to the head, his amnesia leaves him with a clean slate and a desire to connect to his wife. With two people who were barely communicating before, this random accident may be what brings them closer than ever. The show’s dramatic storyline of forgetting a lifetime of memories is balanced by Carl’s childlike excitement and bemusement of rediscovering the pleasures of simple, everyday experiences.
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