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Downriver Actors Guild
2656 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte, MI. 48192
Phone: 313-303-5269
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May 8-17, 2015
The Music Man
An affectionate tribute to Smalltown, U.S.A. of a
bygone era, Meredith Willson’s The Music Man follows
fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill as he cons
the people of River City, Iowa into buying   
instruments and uniforms for a boys’ band he vows
to organize, despite the fact he doesn’t know a
trombone from a treble clef. With timeless classic
numbers “Seventy-Six Trombones”, “Till There Was
You”, and “Trouble”, this show brings fun to the
whole family! Big cast of all ages, classic large dance
numbers and fantastic period costumes make this a
must see.  
Directed by John Sartor
Choreographer Kayla Aue
June 5-7, 2015
Welcome To The Jungle
Join Tumbili the monkey, Tembo the elephant, Kiboki
the hippo, Twiga the giraffe, and the rest of the
jungle gang for a very special African adventure.
Based on the African Folk tale "The ion and the
Mouse" with music similar to The Lion King.
August 14th at 7:30
August 15th at 7:30
August 16th at 3:00
Get Lost in the magical decade of the 1950’s. This
production guarantees to take you back to the fun and
excitement of one of America’s favorite musical eras. From
the popular poodle skirts, ponytails and the coolest black
leather jacket this show says, “Rock ’n’ Roll is Here to
Stay”. This high-energy, talented cast will take you on a
nostalgic journey down memory lane.
July 31 - August 16, 2015
Noises Off
Called the funniest farce ever written where out-of-control
egos, memory loss and passionate affairs turns every  
performance into a high-risk adventure. This farce-within-a-
farce captures a touring theatre troupe’s production of a
flop called “Nothing On” in three stages: dress rehearsal,
the opening performance, and a performance  toward the
end of the run. Each performance is portrayed from behind
the scenes,   progressing from flubbed lines and missed
cues in the dress  rehearsal to mounting friction  between
cast members in the final performance. Brimming with
comedy, it is a backstage farce of slamming doors, falling
trousers and flying sardines!