COLDWATER – Tibbits Summer Theatre lights up the stage with the energetic musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” July 5-7 and 11-13. The stage explodes with music, dance and an imaginative retelling of the Biblical story of Joseph, his 11 brothers, father Jacob, and the coat of many colors. Joseph has a gift of explaining people’s dreams. Out of jealousy his brothers sell
Ken Ludwig’s Be My Baby runs June 20-22 and June 27-29. Find out show times and purchase tickets HERE. Keep up with us on social media. Going to a Tibbits Summer Theatre show? Make sure you take a photo and use our hashtags! #Tibbits2019 #TSTtakeover Learn more about the show! Check out interview below:Matthew Scott’s interview with WTVB -June 11, 2019 Some cast members
COLDWATER – With a hilarious and feel-good message about life and love, Ken Ludwig’s “Be My Baby” opens Tibbits Summer Theatre’s 56th season on June 20. In this comedy, an irascible Scotsman and an uptight English woman, John and Maude, take a journey of a lifetime after his ward marries her niece. When the young couple adopts a newborn, the older pair travel 6,000
COLDWATER – Tibbits Summer Theatre takes the show on the road teaming with three area restaurants for a dinner and music performance featuring members of its professional summer company. The cabaret performances will be presented Monday, July 15 at Olivia’s Chop House in Jonesville, Tuesday July 16 at Schuler’s in Marshall, and Wednesday, July 17 at Sutton’s Deli in Angola, IN. The performance will
COLDWATER –Children who want to experience the limelight of Tibbits Summer Theatre’s professional production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat can audition for the children’s chorus May 15 and 16. Auditions will take place at the Tibbits Opera House, located at 14 S. Hanchett St., at 5pm each night. These auditions are open to students in grades 4-10. Boys’ voices cannot have changed.
COLDWATER – BroadwayWorld has just announced the nominees for the 2017 Regional Awards, and Tibbits Summer Theatre has been nominated for eleven awards in eight categories. The 2017 awards honor productions which opened between October 1, 2016 and September 30, 2017. Tibbits productions that have been nominated for awards include all four of their summer stock productions of The Cemetery Club, Footloose, Damn Yankees,
“Oklahoma!”. A classic tale of two unlikely people falling in love within a spirited community of cowboys and farmers is opening at the Tibbits Opera House, in Coldwater, Michigan, on July 7th, with following performances on July 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Marin Heinritz, Encore Michigan “Cain’t Say No” to Tibbits’ Oklahoma The ensemble of cowboys led by the dynamic Drew Porrett as Will Parker give knockout performances from “Kansas City” all the way through to the end. Their leaps, high kicks, tapping in cowboy boots and crisp fouette turns (without losing their hats!) are delightful to watch. Much of their choreography is mirrored by the
Nicole L.V. Mullis, For the Enquirer ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ is well worth the drive to Coldwater “Driving Miss Daisy” is a play that stays with you, even if poorly done. And this production, directed by Suzanne Marie Ogden, is gorgeously done. It starts with actors Diana Wilde and Joel Diggs, who play Daisy and Hoke as if made for the roles. Diggs is just
Nicole L.V. Mullis, For the Enquirer Fancy footwork makes Tibbits’ ‘Oklahoma!’ better than OK “Oklahoma!” was the first musical written by dynamic duo Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. It was also the first musical to use choreography as a means to forward the storyline, earning original choreographer Agnes de Mille credit with Rogers and Hammerstein. Tibbits Summer Professional Theatre enlisted choreographer Kevin Halpin