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August 8, 2019                                                 ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                                  PAGE 5

                           NORTHVILLE - PLYMOUTH

        Tipping Point presenting ‘Anatomy of a Hug’

           Tipping Point Theatre in    never left her.                                           ”                                 al theatres and is a former Purple
        Northville will present the      Now in her 30s, Amelia enters     Tipping Point Theatre is a non-profit professional      Rose Theatre Company appren-
        Michigan Premiere of Anatomy of  the sound stage of her own per-          theatre at the end of its 12th season            tice.
        a Hug by Kat Ramsburg through  sonal dark comedy when her                                                                    For ticketing information,
        Aug. 25.                       mother, on compassionate release             in historic downtown Northville.               access    www.TippingPoint
           Lead character in the play,  from jail, moves into her one-bed-                                                or call the box office
        Amelia, grew up in the American  room apartment hoping to recon-  Tipping Point as the determined  full production. A long standing  at (248) 347-0003
        Foster Care system, bouncing   nect.                          love interest and compassionate  contributing artist to Tipping  Tipping Point Theatre is a non-
        from house to house, never find-  The cast brings Sandra Birch  care-taker, respectively.   Point Theatre, she directed the  profit professional theatre at the
        ing her forever home. Turning to  and Dani Cochrane, two Tipping  Anatomy of a Hug is directed  Tipping Point Wilde Award  end of its 12th season in historic
        television as an escape, Amelia  Point favorites, back to the stage  by Beth Torrey, who previously  Winning 2015 production of  downtown Northville. Season
        found a family in the characters  as the disconnected mother and  directed a staged reading of the  Leaving Iowa, the highest-gross-  Passes are now on sale at dis-
        on the screen. They made her   daughter duo.                  script at the former Performance  ing show Sexy Laundry, and  counted rates. New this season is
        laugh, taught her important life  Michael Lopetrone and Tiffany  Network in Ann Arbor and is very  Office Hours in 2017. She has also  a $65 pass for anyone under 30
        lessons, and, most importantly,  Aisha King make their debut at  excited to bring it to the stage for a  directed at many local profession-  years of age.
        Revolutionary '60s at Plymouth Historical Museum

           The Plymouth Historical       the Tiger World Series champi-  Landing and a life-size street  Nov. 6. During this period, visitors  p.m. Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
        Museum has a new exhibit dedi-  onship, and many other events of  scene of the Beatles on Abbey  can take advantage of “Free  and Sunday. The museum is locat-
        cated to the decade of peace   the 1960s. Displays include a 1965  Road.                    Summer Saturdays” admission    ed at 155 South Main St.
        movements, riots, the Vietnam  Mustang, a typical family scene  Revolutionary '60s is sponsored  which ends Aug. 31 and is spon-  Plymouth, 48170.
        War, the British music invasion,  from the 1960s, bicycles of the era,  by Blackwell Ford of Plymouth.  sored by Comfort Keepers of  For more information, call (734)
        the moon landing,              a vignette of the Apollo Moon    The exhibit will continue until  Plymouth. Museum hours are 1-4  455-8940
        Festival                               ceeds going to the Plymouth-Canton vet-  Sunday. Pre-sale tickets are priced at $12  in Plymouth.
                                                                                     for the meal while tickets on Sunday are
                                               erans group.
                                                                                                                              The carnival rides will open at 3 p.m.
                                                 “It's always a great time,” Agostini said.
                                                                                     able Horton Plumbing, 1382 W. Main St.
        FROM PAGE 1                            “We enjoy the festival and the opportuni-  priced at $14.  Tickets are already avail-  on Friday and at 10 a.m. on Saturday and
                                               ty to help these groups any way we can.
        Sept. 7 in the Veterans' Tent will feature  We figure this year, we can help several of
        some menu changes, Agostini said.      them during one weekend and show peo-
           “We are going to include a warm roll  ple a great time while we're at it.”
        this year and provide a vegetarian       The restaurant will also be allowing
        option,” Agostini said. “We have also  the Civitans to charge for parking in the
        upgraded the meatballs and have stream-  lot during the festival events on Friday,
        lined the packaging.” Tickets, priced at  the Rotary Club to handle paid parking
        $10 per meal if purchased in advance   on Saturday and the Lions Club to charge
        and $12.50 if purchased at the event, are  parking fees on Sunday.
        available by calling (734) 455-5810.     The famous Kiwanis Pancakes will be
        Children younger than 10 eat at no cost  served in The Gathering from 7 a.m. until
        with the purchase of an adult meal, one  noon Saturday and tickets are priced at
        per purchase. There is also a drive-   $6 in advance or $7 at the meal. Children
        through carry out service available com-  5 and younger eat at no cost. To order
        ing off Harvey Street.  Immediately fol-  advance tickets, call Mark Riegal at (734)
        lowing the spaghetti dinner, Power Play  718-6176.
        will set up to entertain the party crowd in  The Optimists Pet Show is set for 9
        the tent from 8:30 p.m. until midnight.  a.m. Saturday in Kellogg Park and the
        There will also be a $5 cover charge for  spectacular Rotary Chicken Barbeque is
        the Saturday entertainment with all pro-  set to begin serving at about 11 a.m. on
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