Actors’ Theatre was built by, and created for, Grand Rapids performers and artists. Twenty nine years ago when Actors’ was still just a twinkle in Fred Sebulske’s eye, he dreamed of a place that would bring thought provoking, innovative, challenging and entertaining shows to West Michigan. His idea was to support community performers not only by paying them, but at the same time, giving them the opportunity to do the kinds of shows that weren’t happening anywhere else in Grand Rapids at the time.
Continuing in the tradition of bringing great theatre to the very people that make it happen, Actors’ is proud to present: Actors at Actors’. This Thursday, March 25th, all actors, directors, stage hands, producers, designers, dancers, and more are invited to come to the theatre and get student rush rate tickets for The Little Dog Laughed! If you help create performing art in West Michigan, we want to thank you with a your own special night of theatre.
All you have to do is bring a local community performing arts program with your name in it, or your resume and head shot, to the Spectrum Theatre box office. Rush seats are just $8 and available on a first come – first served basis Thursday, March 25th only. Tickets must be purchased in person at the box office and are only available for the night of the show.
You are the people who help make Grand Rapids arts come alive – let us thank you and invite you to join us for Actors at Actors’!