Meet Some of the Cabaret Cast

Today we’re going to focus on some of the cabaret cast members since this week’s schedule includes cabarets at Olivia’s, Schuler’s, and 6 Autumns. Whether they are leads or chorus members (it varies, show to show!), they have been putting in a whole lot of work. Think about the chorus members who sang and danced their way through Damn Yankees. Remember that old saying,

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MEET THE DAMN YANKEES LEADS

Running for One More Week! Tickets are still available by calling the box office at 517.278.6029, ordering online at tibbits.org, or going to the box office during office hours, Mon-Fri 9am-6pm. Meet some of the leading ladies and gentlemen of this “show that has heart.”   Alan Elliott: Actor, 5th season At Tibbits: Arsenic and Old Lace, Alone Together Again, Oliver!, Escanaba in da

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Backstage with “The Troll and the Elephant Prince” Cast

  Learn All about the Audition Process and the Cast   BEN SHIMKUS Shows/Roles: The Troll and the Elephant Prince (Jack), Damn Yankees (Henry), Footloose (Ensemble) What was your audition process for Tibbits like? “I sent in videos of past performances at other venues, and then I personally choreographed a minute-long dance piece to showcase my abilities as a dancer. And then a few weeks

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Backstage of The Cemetery Club

Actor Jacob Major caught up with the cast of The Cemetery Club before their matinee performance. Check out the links below to hear about working with the company, pre-show rituals, and the physical and emotional side of acting in this show. EXPLORE THE LINKS BELOW to see short video interviews of The Cemetery Club cast! Gloria Logan answers the question “What’s it like to

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‘The Cemetery Club,’ a must see

By Karri Gruner kgruner@thedailyreporter.com Posted Jun 18, 2017 at 11:31 AM COLDWATER— The 2017 Tibbits Summer Theatre Season opened on Thursday with a matinee showing of ‘The Cemetery Club.’ The set was designed with every detail in mind, it made me feel like I was actually in Ida’s living room. The beginning of act one started with Ida and Lucille, two friends living in New York with very believable

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Tibbits journeys to the cemetery with three spry widows.

Encore Michigan, June 19, 2017 By: David Kiley COLDWATER, Mich.–There is a whole genre of plays designed to give meaty roles to women who are past their ingenue age. It’s a much-needed genre as it more accurately reflects life. One of the best examples of the genre is “Steel Magnolias,” but the play showing at Tibbits Opera House is also a solid entry—The Cemetery

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