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The AKT Theatre Project

www.akttheatre.com Wyandotte

The AKT Theatre Project was established in 2008, and produces two shows between  September to August, as well as cabaret, dramatic readings and theater workshops. AKT produces all types of theater – musicals, straight plays, published and new work. Additionally, AKT offers the opportunity for students to learn how to produce a play from top to bottom with our student productions.

The newly named James R. DeSana Center for Arts & Culture, 81 Chestnut, is one of Wyandotte’s most historic buildings, dating back to 1881 when it was built as the Browns Schoolhouse.

The newly named James R. DeSana Center for Arts & Culture, 81 Chestnut, is one of Wyandotte’s most historic buildings, dating back to 1881 when it was built as the Browns Schoolhouse.

Performance address:

James R. DeSana Center for Arts & Culture
81 Chestnut
Wyandotte, MI 48192

Business address:

707 Ash
Wyandotte, MI 48192

Theater phone:

734-258-8370

Box office phone:

734-258-8370

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