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Limited School of Choice

Applications for Limited School of Choice for incoming 2015-2016 students will be accepted beginning Monday, May 18, 2015 and close on Friday, June 12, 2015 at 4:00 PM.

For more details, please click on the FSD School of Choice Protocol tab.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Superintendent Mary Anne Ackerman at 989.652.9958.

 

 

  

NEW

 

Muth Community Players

present

An Evening Of One Act Performances

Mystery, Mayhem and Murder!

Murder At The Banquet

directed by: Lauren Masud

Murdered Mystery

directed by: Lindsay VanArdsdale

Sorry Wrong Number

directed by: Erin Palmer

Black Box-Seating is limited

Thursday, June 25

Friday, June 26

Saturday, June 27

7:00 PM

Show Tickets: Adults $8  Students $4

To reserve tickets call: 989-652-6351

available at the door-theatre doors open at 6:00 PM

 

Enjoy an Evening of mystery, mayhem and murder, when Muth Community Players Present A Night Of One Acts; Theatre in the Black Box, Thursday, June 25, Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June  27at 7:00 PM in the Bronner Performing Arts Center. Show tickets are $8 for Adults and $4 for Students.   This is a truly unique Theatrical experience because the audience will be seated around on the stage in a in the black box.  The furthest audience member will be only 12 feet away from the action, making this a truly intimate evening of Theatre. 

First the audience will be tickled by the conspiracy laden Murder At the Banquet directed by FHS Alum Lauren Masud.  Next the audience will be intrigued by an A Murdered Mystery directed by Lindsay Roberts and finally the audience will be at the edge of their seats with the suspense thriller, Sorry Wrong Numer directed by Erin Palmer. This is a truly unique experience and the audience is so close you could count freckles on the actor’s cheek.

Seating is limited.

 

 

 

Made In Michigan Film Festival

presents

Shorty Fest

Friday, May 29

7:00 PM

 

This year the Board in conjunction with Frankenmuth Community Ed decided to hold a free Shorty Fest featuring the best short films from past festivals.  We are doing this in hopes of engaging the community.  One cannot understand how unique and fun a film festival is until he or she gives it a try.  So we are asking you please, please come to the Shorty Fest!  Just give us two hours of your time.  We promise you will not be disappointed.  You will laugh!  Also, you get a chance to participate because we are having an Audience Choice Award.  We hope to also have a Q & A with the filmmakers.  So this is a quick two hour taste of the actual October Film Festival. Block One set of films is rated PG13, Block Two set of films is rated R.

Please bring some friends.  Help us pack the theatre!

There will be more information soon on our website, Made in Michigan Film Festival.org.   Or check us out on facebook.

 Shorty Fest Line Up

 

Muth Community Players

Summer Stock Youth Theatre Camp

Present

Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs

Friday, August 21

7:00 PM    $5

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

  Made In Michigan Film Festival

Friday, October 16 & Saturday, October 17

for details check out Made In Michigan Film Festivals website: http://www.madeinmichiganfilmfestival.org/

The Made in Michigan Film Festival is an exciting, fun independent film festival. Its permanent home is now Frankenmuth.  This is the third year the festival will be held at the Bronner Performing Arts Center.  Every film has a significant connection to Michigan. We feature shorts, comedies, sci-fi, documentaries and full-length features. Entry is $5 a day. You can stay for one film or the entire weekend. The festival runs Friday evening, October 16th, and all day Saturday, October 17th.

 

The MiMFF together with Frankenmuth Community Education also offers a free student film workshop with the Motion Picture Institute all day Saturday.  Thirteen local high school students learn about various aspects of filmmaking.  They actually produce a five-minute film that is shown Saturday night at the festival. 

 

We wouldn’t be here without the Frankenmuth Community Foundation’s strong support along with the Frankenmuth Credit Union, the Frankenmuth Brewery and other amazing businesses in town.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

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