Wild Swan Theater is dedicated to producing professional theater of the highest artistic quality for families and to making that theater accessible to everyone including low income, minority and disabled children through low ticket prices and innovative outreach program.
Wild Swan Theater presents Charles Dickens’ classic holiday story, A Christmas Carol, December 8th through December 11th at Towsley Auditorium, Washtenaw Community College. The company’s version of A Christmas Carol has been especially created for family audiences by playwright Jeff Duncan. An original musical score composed by Tom Schnauber and set to lyrics by Duncan is performed by pianist Brian Rose and trumpeter Pete Andrick.
Wild Swan Theater is one of the most admired professional theaters for families in the nation, garnering praise for its ingenious artistry, its innovative audience accessibility program, and its projects for participants with disabilities.
Premiering productions in its home base of Ann Arbor and touring them throughout Michigan and the Midwest, Wild Swan Theater has enchanted hundreds of thousands of play-goers of all ages in theaters, schools, libraries, and museums of all sizes. In addition to its many performances each year, Wild Swan Theater offers a wide variety of workshops for both teachers and students, youth drama camps, and after-school programs.