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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.


Performance address:

460 Hilton Rd.
Ferndale, MI 48220

Business address:

419 East Saratoga
Ferndale, MI 48220

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Box office hours:

24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Related Content

Slipstream announces 4th season lineup

Season Announcement October 23, 2017
FERNDALE—Slipstream has announced its 4th season, with works that go back to the theater's founding tenets and shake things up with some exciting changes. The... Continue Reading

World Premiere: Slipstream’s ‘A Night of Stars’ sparkles

Review September 12, 2017
FERNDALE, Mich. – Slipstream Theatre Initiative closes its season with a World Premiere that plucks truths, trials and torments from the life of iconic American... Continue Reading

2016 Wilde Award Rising Star winner premieres play at Slipstream August 26-September17

Preview August 12, 2017
FERNDALE—In what has become a Slipstream tradition, September brings the world premiere of an original play, A Night of Stars with Tennessee Williams, a tour... Continue Reading

Slipstream premieres inventive ‘Seagull’

Review July 24, 2017
FERNDALE, Mich. – Despite Chekhov’s reputation for bleak drama, there really is a lot of humor in his work. With The Seagull, this comic/tragic balance... Continue Reading

Slipstream’s final show of the season—their take on “The Seagull”, opening July 22

Preview July 08, 2017
FERNDALE—Life is not a dress rehearsal…unless that’s all it is. Slipstream will present Chekhov’s The Seagull, a play about the way artists destroy themselves and... Continue Reading