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2019 / 2020 SEASON SCHEDULE

A Doll’s House, Part 2  |  Sept. 19 - Oct. 20, 2019
Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some)   |  Nov. 14 - Dec. 22, 2019
The 39 Steps  |   Jan. 30 - March 8, 2020
The Baxter Sisters   |   April 2 - May 3, 2020
Prelude to a Kiss   |   May 28 - June 28, 2020
The Thanksgiving Play   |   July 23 - Aug. 23, 2020

 

Ticket Information:

Group Tickets are available now!
SeasonPASSes are on sale NOW.
Single Tickets will be available on a rolling basis.

For more information contact the Box Office at 248-347-0003.


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Sept. 19 –
Oct. 20, 2019

Wednesday Matinee

October 2 @ 3 PM


Genre Drama


ABOUT

Nora’s new life as a writer is in danger of unraveling so she returns to her estranged husband and family for help. Old wounds are opened, new relationships are made but, most importantly, everyone gets a chance at closure. Whether you’re familiar with A Doll’s House or encountering the story for the first time, A Doll’s House, Part 2 delivers on drama and draws you in with curiosity.

Henrik Ibsen’s classic play, A Doll's House, questioned the traditional roles of men and women in the 19th-century. A Doll’s House, Part 2, written 140 years later by Lucas Hnath, aims to answer the question of what happened where A Doll’s House left off? The show premiered on Broadway in 2017 with Nora, the protagonist, returning home 15 years after she left her family in the original play.  

Read about the original play, A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen, here.

Cast

Nora Inga R. Wilson*
Torvald John Seibert*
Emmy Jowi Estava Ghersi
Anne Marie Nancy Elizabeth Kammer*
*Members of the Actors' Equity Association

Production Team

Director Kate Peckham
Set Design Moníka Essen
Costume Design Shelby Newport
Lighting Design Neil Koivu
Properties Design Toni Carosella
Sound Design Sonja Marquis
Resident Stage Manager Tracy Spada
Assistant Stage Manager Toni Carosella

 

In the News

Get the inside scoop from our actors and director!

"This Tipping Point production crackles, and lifts Hnath’s idea and play to a most enjoyable pace and plan where we can revel in the characters Ibsen first gave to us." Read more…

- Amy J. Parrent, EncoreMichigan.com

“What IS absolutely necessary is to witness for yourself how flawlessly these first-rate actors engage the instruments of their humanity as they weave and warp through cascades of tension and release, acrimony and reconciliation. IT CANNOT BE OVERSTATED HOW PHENOMENAL THESE PERFORMANCES ARE.” Read more…

-Dax Anderson, The Screed Theatre Reviews


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About

Every neighborhood has that one house that goes overboard with Christmas decorations.  This play is that house. This holiday season, theatres across the world will be presenting their version of A Christmas Carol, but not us! Join three actors as they reminisce on all the holiday classics and international traditions that help bring the true spirit of Christmas to life.

This hilarious holiday favorite was last presented at Tipping Point 10 seasons ago to sold out audiences and was the longest running show in our history. Christmas fanatics and Scrooges alike will light up with holiday spirit at Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!), where anything can happen.

PRODUCTION NOTE: Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) is not intended for young audiences. We recommend bringing only those who know the secrets of Christmas.

 
 

Nov.14 -
Dec.22, 2019

Wednesday Matinees

November 27 @ 3 PM
December 4 @ 3 PM


Genre Comedy


Cast

Vanessa Sawson*
Pat Loos
Hope Shangle

*Members of the Actors’ Equity Association

Production Team

Director Sonja Marquis
Costume Designer Lisa Borton
Lighting Designer Rachael Nardecchia
Props Designer Marisa Soto
Scenic Designer Jared Cole
Sound Designer Angie Kane
Resident Stage Manager Tracy L. Spada
Assistant Stage Manager Shannon Mindlin

Sponsored in memory of William Jones.

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About

Richard Hannay was looking for something to spice up his boring life.  His routine night out in the West End soon leaves him in the unprecedented situation of being the only person capable of saving London. Murder, mystery, and mayhem consume his life as he works desperately to clear his name and solve the mystery of The 39 Steps.

A parody of the 1915 novel by John Buchan and the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock of the same name, The 39 Steps mixes the thriller genre with the humor of Monty Python. This show is sure to have you on the edge of your seats with laughter and anticipation.

On Sale Dates

Cady Club Donor December 3 | Producer Donor December 4
Director Donor December 5 | Actor Donor December 6
Apprentice Donor December 10 | General Tickets December 11

 

Jan.30 -
March 8, 2020

Wednesday Matinees

February 5 @ 3 PM
February 12 @ 3 PM


Genre Comedy/Adventure


Cast

Richard Hannay Andrew Papa
Pamela/Annabelle/Margaret Sayre Fox
Clown 1 Dave Davies
Clown 2 Wayne David Parker*

*Members of the Actors’ Equity Association

Production Team

Director James Kuhl
Costume Designer Suzanne Young
Lighting Designer Neil Koivu
Props Designer Toni Carosella
Scenic Designer Moníka Essen
Sound Designer Sonja Marquis
Stage Manager Stephanie Ogden
Assistant Stage Manager Marisa Soto

 
 

Generously Sponsored by John Bebes

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About

It’s 1937 and the Baxter sisters of Ionia, MI are determined to take the world by storm with their tap dancing routines. But when tragedy strikes, their attention shifts from fame to supporting their family. The Baxter sisters start up a dance studio in their garage and set new goals for themselves as they face the realities of growing up and learning to heal from the past.

Set in the mid 20th century, The Baxter Sisters explores family dynamics after tragedy. The story line will tug on your heartstrings and put a rhythm in your soul.

On Sale Dates

Cady Club Donor February 11 | Producer Donor February 12
Director Donor February 13 | Actor Donor February 14
Apprentice Donor February 18 | General Tickets February 19

 

April 2 -
May 3, 2020

Wednesday Matinees

April 8 @ 3 PM
April 15 @ 3 PM


Genre Drama

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About

Nervous excitement on your wedding day is pretty typical. The bride magically swapping bodies with an old man is not. It’s now up to the groom, Peter, to solve the mystery and restore life back to it’s natural order.

Adapted into the 1992 film by the same name starring Alec Baldwin and Meg Ryan, Prelude to a Kiss takes a classic love story and completely flips it on its head.

On Sale Dates

Cady Club Donors April 7 | Producer Donors April 8
Director Donors April 9 | Actor Donors April 10
Apprentice Donors April 14 | General Tickets April 15


 

May 28-
June 28, 2020

Wednesday Matinee

June 3 @ 3 PM


Genre Romantic Comedy

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About

Schools all over America celebrate Thanksgiving with songs, skits, and historically inaccurate information. Logan, a high school drama teacher, is determined to make her piece for the All School Turkey Trot as politically correct as possible. Together with her team of ‘theatrical experts’, they try to create a play that meets the school board requirements for educational theatre, honors the true story of Thanksgiving, and doesn’t offend anyone.

The Thanksgiving Play unapologetically explores the uncomfortable, funny, and important conversations happening in America about political correctness and the truth that lies somewhere in between the extremes.

On Sale Dates

Cady Club Donor June 2 | Producer Donor June 3
Director Donor June 4 | Actor Donor June 5
Apprentice Donor June 9 | General Ticket June 10

 

 

July 23 -
Aug.23, 2020

Wednesday Matinees

August 5 @ 3 PM


Genre Comedy

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