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The Drowsy Chaperone - June '18

Main Stage Musical performing at the Potter Center June 8th-10th and 15th-17th!

Two lovers on the eve of their wedding, a bumbling best man, a desperate theatre producer, a ditzy hostess, two gangsters in disguise, a misguided Don Juan, and an intoxicated chaperone: Watch this 1920s musical roar into the living room of one present-day theatre enthusiast!

Tickets are now on sale at the link below, or can be purchased over the phone by calling 517-539-4118, or in person at the Potter Center Box Office!

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Learn more about The Drowsy Chaperone...

Season Announcement - May '18

We are getting ready to announce our 2018-19 Season! Keep an eye out on our Facebook or website in May, or sign up for our email notifications to be the first to hear the season lineup and get information about director interviews!

Culver's Fundraiser - June '18

Thursday June 21st from 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Culver's Restaurant is teaming up with Center Stage Jackson to help raise funds for our 2018/19 Season! On Thursday June 21st, from 4pm to 8pm, anyone who places an order inside or in the drive thru will have a portion of their bill donated to Center Stage Jackson!

We are in need of volunteers to donate their time to help promote our organization and help serve food! Please direct any questions to Daniel Dye at dye1di@yahoo.com.


 

Did You Know?

Each Season, Center Stage Jackson produces...

  • 2 Main Stage Musicals
  • 1 Main Stage Dinner Theatre
  • 1 Youth Theater Play
  • 1 Youth Theater Musical
  • 1 Themed Cabaret
  • 1 Annual Youth Singing Competition
  • Multiple FREE Staged Readings

 

We utilize different community venues for each of our productions!

  • Jackson College's Potter Center
  • Sandhill Crane Vineyards
  • The Middle School at Parkside
  • Jackson's First Presbyterian Church
  • Weatherwax Hall at the Jackson Symphony Orchestra
  • Jackson School of the Arts' Ensemble Theatre

In our 2016-2017 Season, 115 youth and over 185 adults presented 34 performances to 4,600 patrons!