Check out March's line-up of theatre acts in the Lansing area. There is something for everyone, from professional big-time acts at the Wharton to professional local plays in Williamston and great community and college theater performances. Keep reading and learn more about the melodramas, tear jerkers, musicals and comedies coming to a theater in the Capital city.
A white buffalo may be a fulfillment to an ancient Sioux prophecy. When a businessman offers two million dollars to the calf's owner, Carol, the trouble begins. Will Carol profit from the religious beliefs of others or keep true to an unfamiliar spirituality?
Visit the Riverwalk Theatre website or call 517.482.5700 to get your tickets today! Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for children. Show dates are March 8-11 with varying times.
Set in the 1590s this musical tells a story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, who are desperate to write their own hit play while Shakespeare keeps getting all the hits. Will they hit it big when a local friend tells them the future involves singing and acting? Let this 10 time Tony nominated musical take you back in time!
Visit The Wharton Center for Performing Arts website or call 517.353.1982 to get your tickets now. Ticket prices start at $41. Show dates include: March 13-18 with varying times.
Zetta Stone travels with her four-legged companion and their diverse troupe in the post-apocalyptic vaudeville wilderness of the former Northeast U.S. in an attempt to reach China. Will they make it to their next gig? I wouldn’t want to miss this futuristic, steampunk styled act!
In Massachusetts, three employees mop the floors of a run-down movie theater. Their battles and heartbreak play out in the unoccupied theatre, becoming more interesting than the movies on screen. Don’t miss out on what the employees stumble upon in their own lives.
Visit the Peppermint Creek Theatre Company website or call 517.927.3016 to reserve your tickets today. General admission is $15; $10 for students and for seniors 65+. Show dates include March 16-18 and March 23-25. Click here for specific times.
John Foster abandons his safety of the witness protection plan for an offer too good to be true. Will John be dancing with his demons? Will he survive the road to Hell and back?
Visit the Ixion Theatre website or call 517.775.4246 to get your $15 tickets. Show dates are March 17, 18 and March 24-25 with varying times.
Will Lily Fairweather find happiness within her beloved Compton? Or will her love be spoiled by the dastardly Craven Sinclair and his villainous ways? Find out just how funny and tear jerking this old-time melodrama can be.
Visit Riverwalk Theatre website or call 517.482.5700 to get your tickets. Admission is $10 per adult and $8 per child. Show dates are March 15-18 and March 22-25 with varying times.
Jim’s American Dream is simple: to build a home on a one-acre plot of land and replace his doublewide trailer with something his daughter Lorelai can inherit. Will a new highway expansion project change Jim’s plans? How will Lorelai’s future play out? Don’t miss out on this heartfelt and funny adventure of how far a family will go for their dreams!
Visit The Williamston Theatre website or call 517.655.7469 to reserve your tickets today. Find your ticket prices here. Show dates recur weekly Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday starting March 22 - April 22 with varying times.
Enjoy this spunky eight year-olds adventures through her terrible week. A visit to the principal’s office causes Clementine to worry about her parents thinking she’s “the hard one” in the family. Find out what Clementine’s parents are up too in this hilarious story of friendship, family, school and mischief!
This play is recommended for ages 6 to 11, but can be fun for all ages to watch! To get your tickets visit Wharton Center for Performing Arts website or call 517.353.1982. Admission starts at $15 and the show times include March 24 at 1:30 PM and 4 PM.
Wow! There is a great collection of theater acts coming to Lansing! I’d say they need to start creating punch cards for theater goers, maybe a free popcorn after the fifth visit. If your extra busy this month and can’t make it to any of these acts there is plenty more to do in March. There are over 150 things to do, with only 48 hours in a weekend, the clock is ticking. Download the LAN150 Bucket List to find more places to visit no matter the time of year!
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