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Mosaic’s 2017 – 2018 Main Stage Season

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Woodward Wonderland

One of metro Detroit’s favorite holiday traditions, WOODWARD Wonderland celebrates everything magical about winter in the Motor City, yesterday and today – from from the Thanksgiving Parade, ice skating in Campus Martius, Motown Christmas songs, and the 12th Floor of J.L. Hudson’s. This distinctively Detroit holiday show is perfect for the whole family​. ​


Detroit Film Theatre in the DIA
Friday, December 8, 2017 (Student Matinee) 10 AM
December 9– 10, 2017 (Public Performances)8 PM Saturday, 4 PM Sunday Matinee 

Animal Farm (A Mosaic Studio Show)

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.

Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit Black Box Theatre

Friday, February 23rd — 8pm
Saturday, February 24th — 4pm and 8pm
Sunday, February 25th — 4pm

 

 

 

 

Living for the City

A Mosaic Singers Tribute to Stevie Wonder

Music is a world within itself and Detroit is at its center. For over 20 years, the Mosaic Singers have exemplified Detroit’s musical culture. Mosaic is overjoyed to present their sonorous harmonies, dynamic choreography and youthful passion in a two act concert featuring traditional, classical and contemporary choral music and a tribute to the soulful, spirit filled melodic messages that Stevie Wonder has warmed hearts and minds with for decades.


Redford Theatre
March 2, 2018 (Student Matinee) 10 AM
March 3-4, 2018 (Public Performances) 7 PM Saturday, 4 PM Sunday Matinee 

Northern Lights 1966

By Michael Dinwiddie

Northern Lights 1966 is the inspiring true story of a group of Detroit teenagers who joined forces to demand the education they deserved. This original high-energy play by acclaimed playwright Michael Dinwiddie pulsates with the music of the late 60s. Focusing on a dramatic student protest at Detroit’s Northern High School more than 50 years ago, Northern Lights 1966 tells a powerful story that feels as current as today’s headlines.


Detroit Film Theatre in the DIA
May 11 and May 18, 2018 (Student Matinees): 10 AM 
May 12–13 and May 19–20, 2018 (Public Performances): 8 PM Saturday, 4 PM Sunday Matinee 

Pricing Information

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Student Matinee Information

School Groups only $5 per student

Contact Lauren Hollier

lhollier@mosaicdetroit.org

313-872-6910 ext.4024

No refunds or exchanges.

Tickets cannot be replaced if lost, stolen, or destroyed.

Tickets are valid only for the event which it is issued.

Children 5 and under are NOT permitted in the theater.

Ticketing Questions can be directed to sales@mosaicdetroit.org or 313.872.6910 x 4021