A2CT announces 2007-08 season

By | 2007-03-22T09:00:00-04:00 March 22nd, 2007|Uncategorized|

ANN ARBOR – Ann Arbor Civic Theatre is pleased to announce that two productions from its 2007-08 season will be performed at U of M’s new Arthur Miller Theatre. With productions at The Lydia Mendelssohn Theater and the Arthur Miller Theatre, all of A2CT’s 2007-08 main season will be staged at UM facilities.
“We are thrilled to be one of the first outside theater groups to stage shows in the beautiful Arthur Miller Theatre,” says A2CT president, Tiff Crutchfield. “Both ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ and ‘A Few Good Men’ work best in an intimate setting, and the configuration of the theater’s audience around three sides of the stage will lend itself perfectly to these productions. We have been very happy with the way we are treated at The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, where we stage our musicals, and look forward to a continuation of this successful relationship with UM for many seasons to come.”
A2CT’s main stage season begins with the beloved family musical, “The Music Man,” directed by Wendy Sielaff, Sept. 7-16. Next up Nov. 15-18 is Shakespeare’s comedy, “A Midsummer’s Night Dream,” directed by Jeff Meyers. Straight from the tabloid headlines comes “Bat Boy, the Musical,” directed by Timo Anderson, Jan. 10-13, 2008. All three productions will be staged at The Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
The zany comedy “Moon Over Buffalo,” directed by Jon Elliott, is A2CT’s first production in the Arthur Miller Theatre, March 6-9, 2008. The very relevant military courtroom drama “A Few Good Men,” directed by Andrew Ballnik, runs May 1-4, 2008, also at the Arthur Miller Theatre.
Rounding out the season June 5-8, 2008 is the classic musical comedy “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” directed by Rosemary Gass, at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
A2CT’s Junior Theatre and Studio Series productions will be announced in April.
Season tickets for the 07-08 season go on sale beginning June 11, and will be available through the A2CT office, 322 W. Ann St., 734-971-2228, or by visiting the website at http://www.a2ct.org.


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