Join Us For Our 26th Season!

Animal Farm

by George Orwell, adapted by Peter Hall.

Animals revolt, expel man, and take over the farm in hopes of creating a more perfect and just world for themselves. This powerful, fast-moving dramatization of George Orwell’s classic satire, Animal Farm is fresh, funny and immensely enjoyable without in any way jeopardizing the savagery of the original novel.”

Animal Farm

Friday 23: 7pm

Saturday 24: 4pm & 7pm

Sunday 25: 4pm

at the GM Foundation Mosaic Youth Theatre Black Box
 2251 Antietam Ave, Detroit, MI 48207

Living for the City!

Mosaic Singers Tribute to 

Stevie Wonder

​​Music is a world within itself and Detroit is its center. For over 20 years, the Mosaic Singers have exemplified Detroit’s musical culture. The internationally acclaimed Mosaic Singers are are overjoyed to bring their sonorous vocals, impassioned delivery and youthful energy to the historic Redford Theater for Living for the City, a two act concert with traditional, classical and contemporary choral music and a special tribute to the soulful, spirit filled melodic messages that Stevie Wonder has warmed hearts and minds with for decades.

Living for the City

A Mosaic Singers Tribute to Stevie Wonder

March 2-4​, 2018​

at the Redford Theatre
17360 Lahser Rd. Detroit, MI 48219

Northern Lights 1966

by Michael Dinwiddie

Set in the prelude to Detroit’s turbulent 1967 summer, Northern Lights 1966is the inspiring story of a group of Detroit students who joined forces to demand educational equality. The original play with music by acclaimed playwright Michael Dinwiddie focuses on a dramatic student protest at Detroit’s Northern High School in 1966. While based on events over 50 years ago, the issues explored in Northern Lights 1966 are as current as today’s headlines.

Northern Lights 1966
May 11-20, 2018
at the DIA Film Theatre
 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48202