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Puzzle Piece Theatre

Fresh, Bold, Provocative: Puzzle Piece Theatre serves the community through storytelling that re-imagines what is possible in live performance.

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Performance address:

Slipstream Theatre Initiative
460 Hilton Rd.
Ferndale, MI 48220

Business address:

2022 Hampton
Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236

Theater phone:

313-258-3885

Box office phone:

248-291-7188

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Timely ‘Crimes of the Heart’ at Puzzle Piece opens February 2

Preview January 24, 2018
FERNDALE—The 1981 Pulitzer Prize Winner, Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley comes to the Puzzle Piece stage, directed by associate artistic director Laura Heikkinen,... Continue Reading

‘People’s Temple’ at Puzzle Piece brings back Jim Jones tragedy

Review October 08, 2017
FERNDALE, Mich.–The People’s Temple, currently playing at Ferndale’s Puzzle Piece Theatre, is a comprehensive, emotionally difficult, but worthwhile look back at the story behind the... Continue Reading

Premiere: Puzzle Piece’s ‘Bird’ explores disability and race

Review April 23, 2017
FERNDALE — It is said that art imitates life. That phrase couldn’t hold truer than for a play like Bird, which is inspired, and partially... Continue Reading

Puzzle Piece premieres ‘Bird’ by Kristin Andrea Hanratty; opens April 21

Preview April 11, 2017
FERNDALE—Inspired by true events, Puzzle Piece Theatre is inviting audiences to attend this challenging exploration of social and cultural difference, human exploitation and crimes of... Continue Reading

Puzzle Piece does Wilson’s ‘Lemon Sky’ in Ferndale

Review February 04, 2017
FERNDALE, Mich. – Lemon Sky, one of Lanford Wilson’s earlier (1970) and more problematic plays, is his “Glass Menagerie”: a semi-autobiographical drama introduced as a memory... Continue Reading