LIVONIA, MICH. – The show involves the perfect All-American girl. When she moves in next door to two college buddies writing a protest magazine, sparks are sure to fly. Add romantic attraction to the mix – that somehow becomes a lover’s quadrangle – and the resulting fireworks rival any Fourth of July celebration.
Performances, in Kresge Hall, are Nov. 1 & 2 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 general admission, and $10 Students/Seniors. Purchase tickets online or at the door.
Madonna University’s Repertory Theatre performers are giving more than a stellar performance. They also are giving back to the community through their support of The Bride’s Project (TBP), a non-profit bridal salon in Ann Arbor. Theatre patrons are encouraged to donate their five-year-old or younger wedding gowns to TBP when they attend The Star-Spangled Girl. Money raised by the sale of the gowns supports families touched by cancer. The TBP mission is to offer sustainable funding to the Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor, and to offer brides a socially-conscious, eco- and budget-friendly option to purchase a wedding dress.
Liberal arts education, career preparation and service-learning have been the hallmarks of a Madonna University education for more than 80 years. In addition to the beautiful main campus, conveniently located at I-96 and Levan Road in Livonia, Madonna offers academic programs in Gaylord, Macomb, and online in China, Haiti and the United Arab Emirates. Michigan’s most affordable, independent, Catholic, liberal arts university, Madonna offers more than 100 undergraduate and 35 graduate programs in the colleges of arts and humanities, natural and social sciences, education, and nursing and health, as well as the School of Business.