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Upcoming performances for our current production are listed below.  We update this listing as we add bookings and tickets become available.  Please note that we are a touring company thar visits many venues.  Ticketing information will be different for each performance venue.  For information about Rose performances, please click HERE.


Tempest Tossed

Performances coming in Douglas, Ray County, Curtis, Grand Haven, and Grand Rapids.  Performance dates and times listed below the show description!  Biographies of our actors are HERE.

About the Production

What is the play about?

The play is a short (1 hour) adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest.  It follows the powerful magician Prospero, who has been exiled on a mysterious island for 12 years.  When a ship encounters a storm and washes up on the island, new arrivals have comedic encounters with the island's inhabitants.  

Is the play appropriate for children?

The play is appropriate for audience members of all ages, and features physical comedy and depictions of magic that will appeal to children's interest in visual storytelling.

Who are the actors and director?

Pigeon Creek’s actors come primarily from West Michigan and have extensive training and experience with performing Shakespeare and other classical plays.  Our cast will be announced closer to the performance dates of the show.  This production is directed by Pigeon Creek executive director Katherine Mayberry.


When and where will performances take place?

May 5 at 2:00 p.m.

Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Center

Douglas Schoolhouse Site

130 W Center Street in Douglas, Michigan

This is a free, outdoor performance.  We suggest bringing blankets or lawn chairs.

May 11 at 2:00 p.m.

Ray Township Public Library

64255 Wolcott Road in Ray Center, Michigan

This is a free, outdoor performance.  We suggest bringing blankets or lawn chairs

May 16 at 7:00 p.m.

Erickson Center

N9224 Saw-Wa-Quato Street in Curtis, Michigan

Tickets are $10-$15 and are available HERE.

May 25 at 2:00 p.m.

Central Park Place

421 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven, MI

Admission is by pay-what-you-will donation.  

We highly recommend reserving a spot ahead of time, which you can do HERE.

July 13, time to be announced

Pleasant Park

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Further information coming soon!

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