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  • Howmet Playhouse
    The festival gifts theatergoers a diverse slate of award-winning plays that feature performers from across the country. Winner of a 1998 Tony Award for Best New Play, Art (August 4?6) documents the disintegration of a friendship among three men played by two professional actors from Chicago and San Francisco and Laurence Olivier's ghost. Alternately, take in the Central Michigan University Summer Theater Company's three nights of provocative performances (July 14?16), or opt for more farcy fare with Boeing-Boeing, about a French lothario juggling three stewardess fiancees (August 18?20).
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    405 E Colby St
    Whitehall, MI US
  • Menopause the Muscial
    GFour Productions' theatrical achievements are in its numbers: 44 Tony Awards glistening in their trophy cases (with a total of 115 nominations), 56 Drama Desk Awards, and more than 200 cities visited. Yet what allowed those numbers to reach such staggering heights is far from formulaic and much more complex than ballot-stuffing. Since the company burst onto the theatre scene in 1981, it has produced Broadway masterpieces starring Liza Minelli, Anthony Quinn, and Twiggy, as well as shows written by David Mamet, Arthur Miller, and Dolly Parton. Recently it has continued its trend-setting ways by staging the Tony-winning The Book of Mormon and the Off-West End I Love You Because. Other proud moments include their Tony-winning, 50th-anniversary production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and the Pulitzer-winning new play Disgraced, which the New York Times called ?Terrific, turbulent, and roaring to life with currents of dramatic electricity.? GFour has even started crossing language barriers with their shows. After their campy yet touching Menopause The Musical became a hit around the country, they mounted a Spanish-language version of it in Hollywood. The production has since gone international as its own brand, bringing laughter to audiences all over the world.
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    425 W Western Ave.
    Muskegon, MI US
  • Muskegon Winter Sports Complex
    The two-acre outdoor skating rink might be Muskegon Winter Sports Complex's crown jewel, but there's a lot more fun to be had on attractions at the 400-acre facility. The forested wonderland features a giant luge, a kid-friendly sledding hill, a 15K cross-country ski trail, and a vast snowshoe area. The fun continues long after the snow melts and the snowmen head off to their summer homes too, with a summer luge that keeps the thrills rolling on lightning-quick wheeled sleds.
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    462 Scenic Dr
    Muskegon, MI US
  • Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts 2012
    Celebrating more than 50 years of style, swing, and unabashed swagger, Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show turns back the hands of time during an evening of vintage tunes and sidesplitting punch lines. Veteran performer Sandy Hackett, the son of legendary comedian Buddy Hackett, stars as Joey Bishop alongside a talented cast of ringers, who don their Frank, Sammy, and Dean alter egos before charming audiences with a mingling of new and classic arrangements of iconic songs. The Shadows Orchestra backs each number, including never-before-heard ditties penned by prolific songwriter Ron Miller, while recorded voiceovers from Buddy Hackett himself echo through the theater. In between toe-tapping refrains, ears grab hold of the show's comedic thread as the savvy foursome struts away from the music for spontaneous moments of banter and to flirt with sheepish microphones.
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    425 W Western Ave.
    Muskegon, MI US
  • Muskegon Civic Theater
    Scores of dedicated volunteers fuel the nonprofit community Muskegon Civic Theatre, which has entertained western Michigan audiences with classic and contemporary shows since 1985. The catchy melodies, energetic cast, and colorful sets of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat resuscitate the Old Testament in the historic Frauenthal Center. Musical styles ranging from country-western to calypso drive the biblical story that follows Joseph and his kaleidoscopic coat from his enslavement to his eventual inception as the dream interpreter of the Pharaoh and number-one active-wear model in Egypt.
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    425 W Western Ave
    Muskegon, MI US
  • West Shore Symphony
    Since 1938, the West Michigan Symphony (formerly the West Shore Symphony) has brought together the region's most talented professional musicians, entertaining audiences by playing a stirring mix of timeless classics and contemporary favorites. With this deal, you get the best available seat for the upcoming Salute to John Williams concert, paying tribute to the iconic music of John Williams, a prolific movie soundtrack composer, rousing conductor, and wrangler of unchained and dangerous melodies. The West Michigan Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Scott Speck, will perform some of Williams' most recognizable music, including excerpts from Raiders of the Lost Ark, Schindler?s List, E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial, the Harry Potter films, Jurassic Park, and Superman. Instinctually scan the seats for roaming shark fins as the orchestra plays menacing music from Jaws, or look back on fun fishing trips to Tatooine and Endor with renditions of tunes from the Star Wars films.
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    425 W Western Ave
    Muskegon, MI US

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