Dymaxion Development will be conducting this short tour this coming Tuesday at 6pm to explain their plans to develop the classroom space of the Wilson Center into apartment units. All are welcome:
Celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day with dinner at your favorite local restaurant followed by this amazing Irish folk concert by renowned singer-songwriter Rory Makem, with special guests Siusan O’Rourke & Zig Zeitlerat the historic Wilson Center Auditorium on Friday, March 18, 2022!
General admission tickets are $15 and can be purchased through Eventbrite.com (click the link below):
Only 10 days until Homegrown Productions‘ holiday variety show “Christmas in St. Johns” opens at the Wilson Center Auditorium on December 3rd and 4th, at 7:30pm both evenings.
Join us for seasonal music and holiday humor from familiar faces you’ve seen in other Homegrown Productions variety shows and community theatre plays.
We hope to see you there!
Tickets are now available online for the Singers on the Grand’s “Yesterday: The 60s in Song” on Saturday, November 13th at 7pm at the historic Wilson Center Auditorium in St. Johns!
Hear tunes from The Beatles, Motown, The Fifth Dimension, Sonny & Cher, The Beach Boys, Barbra Streisand, Simon & Garfunkel, The Mamas and the Papas, and many more 1960s icons. And it’s all at the beautiful Wilson Center Auditorium, located at 101 W. Cass St., St. Johns, MI.
Tickets are $12, all seats general admission, available online at https://sotg.brownpapertickets.com/, at the Clinton County Arts Council’s Art Gallery (215 N. Clinton Ave. in St Johns), or through any SOTG member.
For more information on Singers on the Grand, including photos and videos, please visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SingersOnTheGrand.
Don’t miss this, their newest revue – filled with lush vocals and the high-energy Grand Band in their 2021-2022 season-opening performance! #PeaceLoveMusic
A toast to (and a gentle roast of) the family road trip. Settle down in the back of the station wagon and relive the roadside attractions, sibling skirmishes, and sweet nostalgia of vacations past.
Admission charge is $15.00 per person. Tickets will be available at the door 30 minutes prior to performances.
To maintain responsible social distancing, admission will be limited to 100 people per performance.
We are excited to be raising our hopes for resuming entertainment at the Wilson Center Auditorium later this year! Events in the early planning stages include the Homegrown Productions play Leaving Iowa, with performances tentatively planned for two weekends in October, and Singers On The Grand (and the Grand Band), which would perform sometime in November. Watch this web page and the auditorium’s Facebook page for more details as they become available!
Yes, you read that right!… This Saturday, local 80s music band Miranda & the M80s will be, technically speaking, the first entertainment event at the Wilson Center Auditorium in over a year!
It will be live streamed only – no in person attendance will be permitted – but it’s an exciting start to what we anticipate will be the end of the Covid freeze-frame of our lives.
We invite you to tune in to the live stream on Saturday at 8pm and show your support!
The Wilson Center Auditorium may have “gone dark” for the balance of the year 2020, but there are brighter days ahead! We want to wish all of you a peaceful, beautiful and safe holidays, and we look forward to resuming our community theater entertainment as soon as is safely possible.
The current gatherings restrictions are keeping us from being able to enjoy community theatre and concert productions… but we are still able to vote for our favorite local auditorium (hint, hint).
The Wilson Center Auditorium is pleased to present some good news for the year 2020… another significant improvement to the auditorium stage – a new steel double door backstage!
This will provide better access to the stage for performers who had been using the 1920s-era single wooden door for stage entry.
The double door will also allow better access for prop builders, as well as the ability to move the piano to a storage area across the hallway when not being used.
A big “thank you” to Bill Tennant for keeping these renovation project details moving forward during the current Covid-19 down time.