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Current and Upcoming Events


APRIL 13, 2015



7:00 p.m.





Community Concert Series

Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra Chamber Series


  Russian Tales

Directed by Brett Mitchell

Herrmann: Psycho: Prelude, Murder, and Finale

Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony

Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings

Sunday, April 19

7:30 PM

Show Tickets: $10 Adults- $8 Seniors- $5 Students

General Seating

to reserve tickets call: 989-652-6351

tickets available at the door-theatre opens at 6:30 PM


About the Orchestra


The SBSO Chamber is designed to introduce music that is not ordinarily experienced in a large symphony orchestra concert setting. Chamber music bestows a smaller, more "intimate" sound which we invite our audiences to encounter and enjoy.


The SBSO was created as a project of the Saginaw Department of Parks and Recreation in 1935 and has performed an annual concert series ever since. It was incorporated as a separate nonprofit corporation in 1953. At this time it also became one of the 50 orchestras who were named charter members of the American Symphony Orchestra League.


The Orchestra is a fully-professional ensemble which draws its members from throughout Michigan. In addition to its classical concerts, the Orchestra has produced a wide variety of chamber, pops, educational and historical concerts, as well as opera, ballet and modern dance. Nearly 5,000 community performers, over half of whom are children, have shared the stage with the Orchestra in performances over the years.


The SBSO has established a proud legacy of providing quality musicianship, innovative programming and excellent educational experiences to the people of Mid-Michigan. 





Muth Community Players


An Evening Of One Act Performances

Mystery, Mayhem and Murder!

Murder At The Banquet

directed by: Lauren Masud

Murdered Mystery

directed by: Lindsay Robinson

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


Shorty Fest

Saturday, May 29

7:00 PM--FREE

Join us for our first annual Shorty Fest featuring the best short films from previous, Made In Michigan Film Festivals. Shorty Fest will be held, Saturday, May 29 at 7:00 PM in the Bronner Performing Arts Center, 525 E Genesee Street, Frankenmuth MI 48734.  Admission is FREE.  The event is sponsored by the Made in Michigan Film Festival and Frankenmuth Community Education.


Muth Community Players

Summer Stock Youth Theatre


Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs

Friday, August 21

7:00 PM    $5




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