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And Then There Were None

February 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, & March 3, 4, 5, 2017
at the Sandhill Crane Vineyards

Please note: We do not have a cancellation list for this event, as tickets are non-refundable.

 

Availability

as of 12:05pm Friday February 24

Date

# of Seats Available

Friday February 17:

----SALES CLOSED----

Saturday February 18:

----SALES CLOSED----

Sunday February 19:

----SALES CLOSED----

 

Friday February 24:

----SALES CLOSED---- 

Saturday February 25:

1

 

Sunday February 26:

1

 

 

Friday March 3:

1

(single seats only)

Saturday March 4:

1

(single seats only)

Sunday March 5:

----SOLD OUT---- 

 


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In this Agatha Christie classic, ten strangers invited to an exclusive resort on a remote island arrive expecting to be pampered in the lap of luxury. They soon discover their unknown host seeks revenge for their alleged past crimes. Trapped with no way off the island, the visitors begin to mysteriously die, one by one. The terrorized survivors struggle to understand and uncover which of them is the killer before none of them are left.

All the details!

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2017 Theatre Arts Scholarships
Application Deadline: July 10, 2017


Download the application now!

 

Learn more about Center Stage Jackson Scholarships

 

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A Pirate's Life For Me!
March 17, 18, 19, 2017

Friday and Saturday 7:00 pm, Sunday 2:00 PM 

This is a family-friendly musical made up of 58 third through ninth graders
from 19 schools in Jackson County--plus homeschoolers!

Location
Middle School at Parkside's Kiesel Auditorium
2400 4th St.  Jackson, MI 49203

Tickets
Can be purchased at the door with cash only (no cards)
$6 Adults
$4 Children 12 & under

 

Aristocrat Roger Goodman has his heart set on a conventional life married to the wealthy Sarah Huffington and living happily ever after. That is, until he finds out she thinks he’s boring and would rather marry a brave and adventurous pirate! Determined to prove himself to his beloved, Roger hires Long John Sliver to tutor him and his newly recruited motley crew in the field of piracy. Meanwhile, Sarah knows there’s only one way to win the affections of a true pirate.  She dubs herself the Pirate Queen and sets sail with her own crew of lady pirates.  With messages in bottles that spread rumors faster than email, Captain Blood and the Pirate Queen learn of each other’s formidable reputations, not knowing, of course, each other’s true identity. Treasure Island is soon swimming with retired pirates, lady pirates, and other pirate wannabes, including one character who thinks he’s a parrot.  It’s not a pirate convention, it’s a game of hide-and-seek!   

 

Get the details on A Pirate's Life for Me!


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2016-2017 Season

Fiddlers, Pirates, Ogres, and more!


Fiddler on the Roof

November 4-6 & 11-13, 2016
Main Stage Musical at Jackson College's Potter Center
Directed by Sara Long

Alice@Wonderland
November 18-20, 2016
Youth Theater Play at Jackson's First Presbyterian Church
Directed by Bob Bullock
And Then There Were None
February 17-19, 24-26, & March 3-5, 2017
Main Stage Dinner Theatre at Sandhill Crane Vineyards

Directed by Deon Ojan

A Pirate's Life for Me
March 17-19, 2017
Youth Theater Musical at The Middle School at Parkside's Kiesel Auditorium

Directed by Melissa McElhone

Shrek the Musical

June 9-11 & 16-18, 2017
Main Stage Musical at Jackson College's Potter Center

Auditions in late March/early April 2017
Directed by Bruce W. Crews
 
 

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Support the Arts by Becoming a Member!

Center Stage Jackson achieves its mission year after year by putting on several main stage productions, teaching youth about the arts through our youth theater productions and youth singing competition, exposing the public to different types of theatrical content through our free staged readings, providing quality musical entertainment to the community, allowing community members to express themselves through acting, song, dance, and more.

This non-profit organization is operated largely by volunteers, and we can use all the help we can get. We are almost always in need of board members and tech members (see here). If you'd like to help out, but can't donate your time, we'd love to have you as one of our members in the 2015-2016 Season so that we can keep the arts alive and well in Jackson!

Memberships purchased today will be good through August 1, 2017. 

Annual Membership Prices:
$10 = Student Member (no voting rights)
$20 = Individual Members (18+ years old)
$35 = Couple Membership
$55 = Family Membership (any size)

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Benefits of Membership:
- One comp ticket per member for the 2016/2017 season of CSJ Main-Stage productions (limit 4 comp tickets for family memberships)

- Eligibility to receive any award  
- Members 18 and over are entitled to vote for and run for a seat on the Board of Directors 
- First to be contacted for announcements such as auditions, director interviews, etc.

For more information on membership, click here.

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Availability

as of 10:30pm Friday February 17

Date

# of Seats Available

Friday February 17:

1

SALES CLOSED

Saturday February 18:

2

(single seats only)

Sunday February 19:

2

(single seats only)

 

Friday February 24:

1

 

Saturday February 25:

1

 

Sunday February 26:

1

 

 

Friday March 3:

3

(single seats only)

Saturday March 4:

2

(single seats only)

Sunday March 5:

1