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Williamston Theatre

The Williamston Theatre is a professional Equity theatre whose mission is to offer audiences a diverse array of intimate storytelling experiences.

American Theatre Wing 2014 National Theatre Company Award Winner

Performance address:

122 S. Putnam Street
Williamston, MI 48895

Box office phone:

(517) 655-7469

Box office hours:

122 S. Putnam Street, Williamston, MI 48895

Box office and administrative line: (517) 655-7469
Fax line: (517) 655-1112

General e-mail: info at williamstontheatre.org
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Popcorn Falls at Williamston Theatre June 20 through July 28

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