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Join MI Presenters at APAP!
Make sure to add the 2018 Michigan Presenters APAP meeting to your conference schedule now! Drop by to network and connect with colleagues you know, meet new faces, and gear up for the last day of meetings and professional development.

Monday
January 15
9:00-10:00 am
Sheraton, Sutton Place
(lower level, one level down from the lobby at the Sheraton)


Experienced attendees: take two minutes to share advice for attending the conference.

2018 Membership Drive Starts in January

Our 2018 Membership Drive will officially kickoff in January. Look for membership materials in your mailbox and inbox after the new year.

Membership dues are the primary source of funding for Michigan Presenters’ programs and activities. Like many other state consortia, the organization is run by its board and members and does not employ any professional staff.

Your membership and participation is vital to helping keep the presentation of performing arts thriving in and around Michigan and for Michigan Presenters to continue to offer opportunities to presenters and their staffs.
 
Dues are $100/year per organization and include 1 voting member & unlimited associate members

If you know of a non-profit presenting organization that may be interested in joining Michigan Presenters, please send their information to Katie by December 31.
Lexington Village Theatre

Getting to Know Our Members

Lexington Village Theatre

Location: Lexington, MI
 

Mission Statement: Lexington Village Theatre is billed as “The Premiere Performance Venue,” committed to bringing world class entertainment to the Blue Water Area.
 

Programming: Live music and comedy.
 

Looking to collaborate/route programming? Yes!


Abot the Lexington Village Theatre:

Located in the Harborview Plaza, the Lexington Village Theatre features a variety of cultural productions that enormously enrich the community.  Beautiful Victorian architecture, including the use of period style oak woodwork, reclaimed brick and lush carpeting adorn the theatre’s interior. A generous hardwood stage, state-of-the-art lighting and sound along with three seating sections including Cabaret, Main and Balcony complete the interior. 
 



 

Becky Hortop, Theatre Manager

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We Want YOU!
Michigan Presenters wants to feature more great stories about our member organizations! Have a great experience to share? Collaboration gone well? Insight that could benefit other members? Send feature story ideas to Katie at president@michiganpresenters.org.
(See our July newsletter for a great feature on the new Detroit Music Weekend festival.)

News You Can Use

Industry news, research, reports, and grants
From Around the State
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Breaking Ceilings, Opening Doors: How and Why Local Institutions are Making Art Accessible  
Presque Isle District Library Becomes Third Library in State to Take Over Operations of a Non-Profit Theater
                                                                                                
From Around the Country and World
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Artists Pin Hope on New Government in Zimbabwe
Four Functions/Dysfunctions of Managers
National Dance Project Presentation Grants
Arts Midwest Professional Development Committee Nominations Due December 14






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