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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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Next up at Open Book: “The 39 Steps”

Show Announcement March 11, 2024
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Frankie and Johnny at Open Book is intimate and hot

Review January 27, 2020
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Open Book brings ‘Pride and Prejudice’ sequel to delightful life at Christmas time

Review November 26, 2019
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‘Watson’ at Open Book begs many questions about our relationship with tech

Review September 15, 2019
TRENTON, Mich.–Our relationship with technology can be confounding, fantastic, a lifeline, and drive you crazy. And all those emotions can happen in the space of... Continue Reading

‘Wonder of The World’ is David Lindsay-Abaire’s problem play

Review January 17, 2019
TRENTON, Mich. — David Lindsay-Abaire's Wonder of the World tries hard to be funny, too hard. I spent much of this play, thoughtfully produced by Open... Continue Reading