After taking a bit of time off we are back!
Thanks to each and every one of you who supported our efforts and performances. We made an decision to have a bit of a hiatus in 2017 to give support to the 150th Anniversary of the City of Brighton. We were able to lend them the stage at the CoBACH Center and help them with performances during the big party in Downtown Brighton in August. We are now back and planning things for 2018 and beyond. We are excited to again be working with the Girl Scouts with Ho Ho Holidays. The elves helped bring Santa to Brighton during the Glow on November 18, and are looking forward to performances starting December 2.
We are bringing back Patrick Tucker as Mark Twain in June of 2018 for our spring performances of History Alive. He has worked on a whole new performance , if you enjoyed it before, please come and see what is new.
We are excited to work with the Brighton Area Historical Society in preparing material and performances to celebrate the 100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment which gave the right to vote to woman. The Amendment was adopted on August 18th, 1920. There will be a number of events to showcase the fight for the woman's right to vote.
Thanks to you, we are excited to plan for what we can bring to Downtown Brighton for your entertainment. Stay tuned to this website and follow us on FACEBOOK so you don't miss one thing as we plan for 2018! If you are interested in joining our group, please go to 'BECOME A MEMBER' and sign up for a first time only $10.00 membership. If you've been with us for a while, use our convenient pay pal app to re-join and support us for this new year. We look forward to seeing you ON MAIN STREET for music, plays, presentations and whatever else we can offer for the residents of Livingston County (and beyond)!! Stop by the CoBACH building at 202 W. Main Street Mon - Friday 5-8:00 to see the latest and greatest on what we are up to!!
Ho Ho Holidays Returns for the 9th season!
IF YOU ARE TRYING TO GET TICKETS FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17th, THE TICKETS ONLINE ARE SOLD OUT.
THERE ARE CURRENTLY LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. THE BOX OFFICE OPENS AT NOON ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17th, PLEASE CALL AND WE WILL BE HOLDING TICKETS FOR PEOPLE. WE TRY TO MAKE THIS AS PERSONABLE A VISIT WITH SANTA FOR ALL THE CHILDREN WHO ATTEND. THAT IS THE REASON TICKETS ARE LIMITED. The box office number is 810-229-2784
Don't miss the annual Ho Ho Holidays at the Historic CoBACH Center (Old Town Hall) building in December! This event is a sellout every year, and it's a favorite of those who attend. Without the long lines at the Mall, and all the parking problems of going to the city, you can experience a hometown Christmas experience in just two hours with us on a Saturday or Sunday! Starting at 3:00 each day, you and your child will experience ELVES!, Puppets!, a story time, and a personal visit with St. Nick himself (and a great photo opportunity)! Your child will get one on one time with Santa in his very special chair, and be able to tell Santa exactly what they want. You can take all the pictures you want, and then go on to make and take a fun holiday craft to remember your visit by! Space is limited, and each child attending must be accompanied by a paid ticketed adult. You will want to mark your calendar to be sure not to miss this fun event.
An Evening with Mark Twain
Join us for our outstanding 'History Alive' presentation, in June of 2018. at the historic CoBACH Center at 202 W. Main Street in Downtown Brighton,MI. If you have seen our Evening with Mark Twain before and enjoyed it, please come again as the he has new stories to entertain you. Don't miss this performance. It's family friendly, and local theater for your enjoyment. Tickets will be on sale in the spring on this website under the 'PURCHASE TICKETS' section. Tickets will be sold at the door (as available), so advanced ticketing is recommended. Be sure to get your tickets soon. Our 'History Alive' presentations have been very well received by our audiences......Molly Brown, Mary Todd Lincoln, and Will Rogers and Mark Twain have all been on our stage over the past few years. This 'family friendly' presentation will delight young and old. Don't miss it!