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Slipstream Theatre Initiative

An ensemble company dedicated to bringing classical and original works to a younger demographic by focusing on the relevant and current social issues presented in each piece.

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Performance address:

460 Hilton Rd.
Ferndale, MI 48220

Business address:

419 East Saratoga
Ferndale, MI 48220

Theater phone:

313-986-9156

Box office phone:

313-986-9156

Box office hours:

24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Slipstream’s ‘Three Sisters’ offers mix and match performances

Review May 17, 2017
FERNDALE, Mich.–In what could be considered a feat of theatrical accomplishment, three of the four actors in Three Sisters have learned all three parts and... Continue Reading

Slipstream offers a Chekhov twist on “The Three Sisters” opening May 13

Preview April 28, 2017
FERNDALE—Three Sisters. Three Actors. Your Choice. Every Show. Slipstream will present Chekhov’s masterpiece about a dying class, The Three Sisters. In this new adaptation, the... Continue Reading

Slipstream brings zany French farce to Detroit-centric ‘Nain Rouge’

Review April 03, 2017
FERNDALE, Mich. – Nain Rouge, the 90-minute giddy romp of a comedy now running at Slipstream Theatre Initiative in Ferndale, is a crazy mash-up of... Continue Reading

A mid-Lent farce from Slipstream opens March 25

Preview March 10, 2017
Slipstream Theatre Initiative will delve into the luscious world of French Farce with their third show of the season, Nain Rouge. Based on the lesser known La Mi-Careme (Mid-Lent)... Continue Reading

Slipstream takes on ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ in an update of the classic

Review February 20, 2017
FERNDALE, Mich.–In my city, perhaps statewide, if you tear down your house and build a new one on the same site your property tax will... Continue Reading