Times are tough.  Money doesn’t stretch far these days.  Disposable income isn’t as disposable.  Yet, you crave going out.  Seeing the sights.  Expanding your cultural horizons.  One way to get some of the arts without taking food from your children’s mouths is to go to productions in your community or school districts.
In Farmington Hills, September 10-13, the School District/Community Musical Group at North Farmington High School presents the Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”.  A colorful comedic musical about the biblical story of Joseph and his beautiful coat of many colors.  The story is uplifting and the message positive, which is perfect for these trying times.
It’s a short musical, running 1 1/2 hours so even young children can sit through it comfortably!
Performances will be Sept. 10th at 7:30, Sept. 12th at 2 and 7:30, and Sept. 13 at 2.  Tickets are $12 for students and seniors, and $15 for adults.
You can get the tickets by calling the box office at (248)426-5202 or visiting the lobby of North Farmington High School, 32900 West 13 Mile Rd.

Melissa Brodsky a woman who wears many hats.  Some fit really beautifully.  Some she wants to return.  But she can’t find the receipts. She blogs at RockDrool, guest posts at Detroit News and obsessively tweets @rockdrool Detroit Mommies Editor.

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Michael H.
Michael H.
4 years ago

Great post. As a stay-at-home dad, I’m looking forward to reading more.