As Tibbits Summer Theatre gears up for it 51st season of professional summer stock, officials anticipate an exciting year with two huge Tony-award winning musicals, a comedy about empty nesters and the “boomerang generation,” and a musical revue featuring the songs of one of Americas most celebrated song writing teams. Charles Burr, Tibbits Artistic Director says of the season, “We never want to be
You can support Tibbits and have fun at the same time by playing in the Tibbits Annual Golf Outing. The second largest fundraiser for Tibbits is next week and it’s not too late to do your part. You can still enter a team and register as late as Monday morning at the Coldwater Golf Course on Narrows Road. “It’s a great way to spend
Wow! I really wish everyone in the community could have been a part of yesterday’s school performance at Tibbits. We are blessed in this community to have a very unique diversity and I believe we should celebrate our diversity. The program intended to create more understanding and appreciation of the Arabic community in Coldwater was informative AND highly entertaining, always a great combination. My
We previewed this Friday’s Arts Alive Art Walk and the Tibbits Kids Art Rocks reception with Stan Bushouse and Deb Thenen during Tuesday’s Tibbits Talk.
Lindsey Robillard of the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn was our guest on this week’s Tibbits Talk, to discuss a special presentation for both middle school students and the public on Thursday, June 5, 2014 at the Tibbits Opera House.
Some of the cast members of Branch County Community Theatre’s production of Willy Wonka were in the WTVB studio Tuesday to preview the show.
Tibbits Opera House Executive Director Christine Delaney gave us a rundown on upcoming school programming with this week’s edition of our Tibbits Talk.
Members of the Tibbits T-Tab group were in the WTVB studio to preview Friday’s Teen Talent Show.
Go to the T-Tab Spotlight on Teens Talent Show event page.
Each year community members open their homes and help Tibbits house the actors, designers and technicians who create Summer Theatre. Over the years we have heard many warm stories of long-time friendships formed from this summer experience. This year’s company will be a little bigger because of the musical “A Chorus Line.” We’re putting the call out early, if you have an extra bedroom
Cellist David Peshakai from the Kalamazoo Symphony was in the WTVB studio Tuesday morning for Tibbits Talk to discuss some upcoming performances for students and the general public.