Upcoming Programs and Events

For more information about programs and events, contact Lawrence Willim at 248.536.9604.

 

Holocaust Memorial Center Events

Community Events

February 7 / 2:00 pm
Theatrical Reading
The Groyser by James Harmon Brown

Tensions rise as a family reunites and old resentments surface.  Will love triumph over the unexpected?

Each year the Jewish Ensemble Theatre receives hundreds of new scripts to consider for production.  The first step in taking a script from the page to the stage is to read it to an engaged audience.  We invite you to attend the first public readings of three very special plays and share your impressions with the playwright and director as they continue to craft their work.

□    Location: Holocaust Memorial Center (map)
□    Tickets: $8 each or three for $18
□    A special discount is available for HMC members and JET subscribers
□    To Purchase: call 248.788.2900 or visit www.JetTheatre.org

 
 

February 14 / 2:00 pm
Theatrical Reading
Struck by Sandy Ruskin

A fascinating take on the Nazi art thefts as told through a contemporary lens when a young couple is drawn into intrigue through a seemingly accidental collision.

Each year the Jewish Ensemble Theatre receives hundreds of new scripts to consider for production.  The first step in taking a script from the page to the stage is to read it to an engaged audience.  We invite you to attend the first public readings of three very special plays and share your impressions with the playwright and director as they continue to craft their work.

□    Location: Holocaust Memorial Center (map)
□    Tickets: $8 each or three for $18
□    A special discount is available for HMC members and JET subscribers
□    To Purchase: call 248.788.2900 or visit www.JetTheatre.org

 
 

February 21 / 2:00 pm
Theatrical Reading
Survivors by Jeff Stolzer

What begins as a simple tale of a survivor turns into a hair-raising confrontation when dark secrets are brought to the surface.

Each year the Jewish Ensemble Theatre receives hundreds of new scripts to consider for production.  The first step in taking a script from the page to the stage is to read it to an engaged audience.  We invite you to attend the first public readings of three very special plays and share your impressions with the playwright and director as they continue to craft their work.

□    Location: Holocaust Memorial Center (map)
□    Tickets: $8 each or three for $18
□    A special discount is available for HMC members and JET subscribers
□    To Purchase: call 248.788.2900 or visit www.JetTheatre.org