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RIVERWALK THEATRE The Lansing stalwart continues its programming into the summer. For more information visit: www. riverwalktheatre.com June 7-10, June 14-17 >> “Spamalot” This Tony Award winning musical celebration of inanity was adapted from the 1975 film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” Like the film, it is a highly irreverent parody of the Arthurian Legend. Though it differs from the film in many ways, it upholds the idiocy of the Python tradition.

July 26-29 >> “The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents” Directed by Sadonna Croff. More details to come as date approaches.

MSU SUMMER CIRCLE THEATRE All performances are free and happen in MSU’s Summer Circle Courtyard, located on Auditorium Road between the Auditorium Building and the Kresge Art Center. Shows begin at 8 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Free parking is available in the lot across from the Auditorium Building. In case of rain, shows move to Fairchild Theatre. For more info visit: www. theatre.msu.edu June 6-9>> “Amour” A family-friendly French musical adapted to English by Jeremy Sams from “Le Passe-Muraille,” by Marcel Aymé.

June 8-9, June 15-16 >> “Love & Other Junk” The world premiere of the family friendly musical. Begins at 6:30 p.m.

June 13-16 >> “Sense and Sensibility” A comedic play based on the iconic Jane Austen novel, appropriate for all ages.

June 20-23 >> “Significant Other” An adult comedy laced with profanity.

June 15-16, June 22-23 >> “Smudge” A dark comedy targeted toward an adult audience. Begins at 10 p.m.

June 22 >> Summer Circle KIDS CAMP Summer Circle Theatre hosts its third annual free summer kids camp for 60 first through sixth grade Mid-Michigan students. The camp is taught by MSU Department of Theatre faculty and undergraduate and graduate students, teaching kids in acting, design, music and dance. The camp concludes with a free public performance June 22 at 6:30 p.m.

AUG. 16-18 >> RENEGADE THEATRE FESTIVAL Lansing’s multivenue theater festival showcases a weekend of performances, ranging from comedy to drama and improvisation. The festival is celebrating its “Lucky 13” and will focus on artistic recognition within the greater Lansing area. Schedule to be announced. Free to attend. renegadetheatrefestival.org.

LCC SUMMER STAGE UNDER THE STARS 2018 LCC’s annual free performing arts festival features music, theatre and dance presented at LCC’s outdoor stage and in Dart Auditorium. All performances begin at 7 p.m. and take place on the outdoor stage unless otherwise noted. (517) 483-1488, www.lcc.edu/showinfo June 20-24 >> “Treasure Island” Director L. Don Swartz sticks to the heart of the classic novel, capturing onstage all the drama and excitement of this beloved classic.

July 18-22 >> “Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen” When the popular Vickie Martin joins the all-male math team, chaos theory becomes law at Longwood High School. Can Vickie make the mathletes victorious?

July 24-27 >> DANCE Lansing Summer Festival This exciting annual event delights audiences with four nights of new choreography by a diverse collection of area choreographers and dancers.


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