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Open Book Theatre Company

Open Book is a professional theater company that works to strengthen our community through the telling of stories.  By telling our stories we explore who we are.  Through engaging in the stories of others we may be enlightened, challenged and changed.

 

Performance address:

1621 West Rd.
Trenton, MI 48183

Business address:

26028 Blossom Ln.
Grosse Ile, MI

Theater phone:

734-288-7753

Box office phone:

734-288-7753
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