Performance Network Theatre

Performance Network Theatre

Performance Network Theatre is Ann Arbor, Michigan's only professional theatre. It produces a wide variety of dramas, classics and comedies, most of which are World or Michigan Premieres, in its professional season, which runs year-round.

The 2007-2008 season includes:

*"The Clean House" by Sarah Ruhl (Michigan Premiere)
*"The Baker's Wife" by Joseph Stein and Stephen Schwartz
*"Souvenir" by Stephen Temperley (Michigan Premiere)
*"Doubt" by John Patrick Shanley
*"The Little Dog Laughed" by Douglas Carter Beane (Michigan Premiere)
*"The Day Everything Went Wrong" by Malcolm Tulip (World Premiere)

Performance Network also houses the Children's Theatre Network, which produces shows that travel to area schools and are presented on the Performance Network stage.

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