Wild Swan Theater Concludes its 37th Season with “Marketplace Stories—Folktales from the Arab World.”

Marketplace Stories—Folktales from the Arab World is a wonderfully comic collection of tales is set in a 19th century village marketplace that seems to spring to life straight out of the folk art paintings of renowned Lebanese American artist Helen Zughaib.  This lively and fast paced production is created, in collaboration with the Arab American National Museum, for elementary school children and their families. Tickets and information at (734) 995-0530 or http://www.wildswantheater.org/on-stage/

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No Humbug Today! Come to Our Cabaret!

Messrs. Scrooge and Cratchit request your presence at our party of merry and delicious fun–“No Humbug Today Cabaret” on Sunday, November 6th from 4-6pm at Cobblestone Farm. Raise a glass of ale or wine and enjoy the antics of our gleeful band of talented actors as they share some of the songs and scenes from Wild Swan’s version of that favorite winter’s tale, “A Christmas Carol.”  Tickets can be purchased online here, by calling (734) 995-0530, or at Cobblestone Farm on Sunday beginning at 3:30pm.


And The 2016 Wilde Award Winners Are…

On August 31st at The Berman Center in West Bloomfield, the 2016 Wilde Awards winners were announced.  Rosie the Riveter cast members Leah Fox, K Edmonds, Sarah Briggs, Marlene Inman, Shelly Tocco, and Erin Parrish and composer Brian E. Buckner performed selections at the opening ceremony for a very appreciative crowd. The inimitable Sandy Ryder won Best Performance for Young Audiences in Charlotte‘s Web and Wild Swan’s Charlotte’s Web, directed by Lauren Mounsey, won Best Theater for Young Audiences.

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Wild Swan Nominated for Four 2016 Wilde Awards!

The Wilde Awards honor the best performances and productions of Michigan’s 2015-16 professional theater season. Nominations are based on reviews written by EncoreMichigan.com’s team of professional critics. The 2016 Wilde Award nominations for Wild Swan Theater are:

Best Theater for Young Audiences

Rosie the Riveter, Hilary Cohen, Director

Charlotte’s Web, Lauren Mounsey, Director

Best Performance – Theater for Young Audiences

Sarah Briggs, Rosie the Riveter

Sandy Ryder, Charlotte’s Web

The 2016 Wilde Awards ceremony will be held Monday, August 29 at The Berman in West Bloomfield.

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Get Your Tickets Now to Wild Swan Theater’s “An Afternoon of Ann Arbor’s Best” on Sunday, March 20th!

Join us for An Afternoon of Ann Arbor’s Best on Sunday, March 20th at The Ark from 1:30-3:00pm.  This fundraiser provides essential support and features artists we have collaborated with during our 36 years of making artistic, accessible, and affordable theater for families.  Tickets are $15 each, or $50 for a family four pack. They are available online at www.wildswantheater.org or at 734.995-0530.