A fundraising storytelling and comedy show on the topic of the Michigan corporate reform movement in education, benefiting the Michigan Network for Equity in Education.
Featuring discussions and improvisation on the following...
IMPACT ON CLASSROOMS
Storyteller: M. Denise Baldwin - Executive Director, Michigan Network for Equity in Education
Expert: Pamela Pugh Smith - Michigan State Board of Education
WHERE DID THE MONEY GO?
Storyteller: Aliya Moore - Journey for Justice
Expert: Russ Bellant - Journalist, Political Activist, and Author
DISPOSSESSION OF COMMUNITIES OF COLOR
Storyteller: Dee Richardson - President former Inkster Board of Education
Expert: Thomas Pedroni - Professor, Wayne State University
Our Friday and Saturday shows do tend to sell out. Pre-purchasing your tickets for these shows is highly suggested. On Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, one ticket is generally good for the full night of shows (pending availability, but we're often available!)
We recommend you arrive at least 15 minutes before show time.
Even with a pre-paid ticket, seating is still assigned at the door on a first come first serve basis. Due to our cabaret style seating and our commitment to making sure everyone is seated comfortably, an early arrival does not guarantee a table of your choosing (but it helps!).
If you purchase 12 or more tickets at once, a 10% discount will be automatically applied to your order. Please let us know if you experience any issues with this discount!
Forms of payment accepted at the box office: CASH, VISA/MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DISCOVER
Free Parking is available in our lot and the Courthouse next door after 5pm. Metered Parking is available on 9 Mile and in a lot across the street. The meter expires at 9pm, and is free on Sundays.