Video: Check out a clip of PTG’s “Fame, The Musical”


Final shows of “Fame, The Musical,” presented by the Pioneer Theatre Guild, will be at 7:30 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday (May 3-4) evenings with a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday, May 5. Set in the 1980s, the story follows a talented group of students from admission to graduation as they navigate the world of music, theatre, and dance, with all its challenges and triumphs. This energetic musical features the Academy Award-winning title song, “FAME,” along with many other catchy pop numbers.

Pioneer High School
Schreiber Auditorium
601 W. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor

$15 (Adults); $10 (Students, 65+ Seniors)
General admission tickets available at the door, beginning one hour before each performance.

CREDITS: Conceived and Developed by David De Silva, with Book by Jose Fernandez, and Music and Lyrics by Steve Margoshes and Jacques Levy. Title Song “FAME” Written By Dean Pitchford and Michael Gore.

CREATIVE TEAM: Director/Choreographer: Maya Alwan; Associate Director: James Young; Associate Choreographer: Thani Brant; Music Director: Ryan Mackenzie Lewis; Assistant Music Director: John Bogdan.

The cast is made up of 58 AAPS high school students who attend Pioneer High School, Community High School, Skyline High School, and the Early College Alliance at EMU. In addition, 60 students work on the Crew in sound, lighting, costumes, props, sets, paint, and makeup.

Sean Carter Photography

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