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Williamston Theatre

The Williamston Theatre’s mission is to produce professional theater that excites and engages our audiences while challenging us all to explore our lives. This mission statement is supported by the following objectives: to be an integral part of the cultural fabric of Michigan; to pursue innovative collaboration in every aspect of our work; to establish a home for Midwest artists; and to engage audiences of diverse ages, cultures and economic backgrounds.

We believe that theater can enrich our lives and make a positive difference in our community, both culturally and economically. We believe that theater should be accessible and affordable to everyone, whether they live in a large coastal city or a small Midwestern town. We believe that there are voices in the Midwest worth hearing, and our goal is to create moving, entertaining, professional theater for, by and about this part of the world.

Williamston Theatre Exterior 2015

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122 S. Putnam St.
Williamston, MI 48895

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Tuesday - Friday: Noon - 6 p.m.
On performance days: 1 1/2 hours prior to each performance

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