Over the last 14 years, Oakland County residents have enjoyed the works of William Shakespeare outdoors and under the stars (or sun) in Royal Oaks Starr Jaycee Park.
This year, The Waterworks Theatre Company will again be presenting two plays from the master of innuendo and wordplay.
In the evening show, Shakespeare’s tale of love, seduction, and intrigue in a time of war, “All’s Well That Ends Well,” has director Terry Carpenter sending the characters and the words of the master playwright into a time tunnel and dropping them in turbulent early 20th century England.
During the daytime family show, director Travis Reiff has his way with an abridged family-friendly version of Shakespeare’s tale of love and deception, “As You Like It.” Continue reading
Community theatre entertains and enriches not only the lives of those who take an active part in it, but the whole community. It represents diversity – in age, life experience, and culture, and has the power to transform and build a great appreciation to the arts.
For the 33rd consecutive year, Oakland University’s Meadow Brook Theatre presents everybody’s favorite holiday play, A Christmas Carol.
This oft told Charles Dickens classic, has been adapted in many different ways, in books, onstage in plays, on Television, and in films.
Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey with the three Christmas spirits takes him from being one big humbug, to a man who now treats everyone with generosity and compassion.
|Friday 14- Sunday 16
||Wednesday 3- Sunday 7
|Friday 21 – Sunday 23
||Wednesday 10 – Sunday 14
|Friday 28 – Sunday 30
||Tuesday 16 – Sunday 21
Please note that show time vary, some days have multiple shows.
Visit MB Theatre for times and further information.