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Wild Swan Theater’s Family Concert

An Afternoon of Ann Arbor’s Best

Sunday, March 20, 2016
1:30-3:00
pm
The Ark, 316 S. Main Street

Children, adults, and families celebrate Wild Swan Theater’s 36th season at its annual benefit concert with an outstanding lineup of local talent including Gemini with Emily Slomovits, Peter Madcat Ruth, Brian E. Buckner, and Joe Reilly with Allison Radell. These artists have collaborated with Wild Swan in creating theater experiences that are magical, inclusive, and innovative. Storyteller extraordinaire and AADL Youth Librarian Laura Pershin Raynor will be the emcee for this not-to-be-missed family-friendly fundraiser. This event will be shadow interpreted by Synergy on Stage for Deaf audiences.

$15 per tickets, $50 for a 4-pack
Purchase tickets online or call our office at 734-995-0530

Thank you to the following sponsors for their generous support of an afternoon of wonderful music and storytelling!

Telemus Capital

Ann Arbor State Bank

Joy Johnsen and Carol Romej

Reinhart Realtors

Hylant

For more information about sponsorships, please contact Dorothy Ebersole at 734-995-0530 or dorothy@wildswantheater.org

 

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THANKS TO YOU, WE DID IT!
THE ROSIE THE RIVETER REVUE
Sunday, November 1, 2015      4pm – 6pm
Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Road,  Ann Arbor

Thank to all who “came to our cabaret” previewed selected songs and scenes, met and mingled with the production team and some “original” Rosies, and enjoyed a reception of wine and appetizers.

THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING FRIENDS AND SPONSORS OF THE
WE CAN DO IT! THE ROSIE THE RIVETER REVUE
Zingerman’s Community of Businesses
Dr. Douglas and Lynda Hock
Michele and Nino Tocco
Monique and Dennis Deschaine
Joy Johnsen and Carol Romej
Absopure
Marci and Jim Cameron
Designs with Aim
Dorothy Ebersole and Bill Everin
Lynn Fiorentino and David Yates
Morgan & York
Kathy and Chris Pawlicki
Performance Network
River Crest Catering
Savitski Design
Sue Ellen Small
Zingerman’s Bakehouse
Zingerman’s Creamery