The Village Theater at Cherry Hill

The Village Theater at Cherry Hill's 2017 season offers something for everyone from
contemporary dance to treasured American classics in its 400-seat venue.  

Celebrate culture and magic this month at The Village Theater, the only place where you can see The World’s Leading Mindreader, A granny illegally selling knickers, Snow White like you’ve never seen her, incredible live music, and more!


When attending main stage productions, please remember that all ages must have a ticket (including children being held on laps).


Michigan Philharmonic Spring Concert

Michigan Philharmonic
Date & Times: 
May 2, 7:00 p.m.

The four ensembles of the Michigan Philharmonic Youth Orchestra present their Spring Concert. Under the direction of String Coach and Conductor Hektor Qyteti and Michigan Philharmonic Conductor, Nan Washburn 115 students ranging in age from 8-18 perform classical music from historic to contemporary repertoire.

Ticket Information

For more tickets contact Michigan Philharmonic at or call 734/451-2112. All ages must have a ticket, including children being held.


Let's Dance

Canton Concert Band

Date & Times:
May 6, 7:00 p.m.

Dance is a form of art. From the music to the culture and the history behind it, dance has been a way people could express themselves for many decades. From the flapper era to having disco fever, dance has evolved, but the enjoyment still remains the same. Join us as we tour a few of the dance styles of the 20th century. Put on your dancing shoes and boogie with the band for an evening. Together…Let’s Dance! 

Approximate run time: 1 hour 45 minutes

Ticket information
Adults $12
Senior $10
Youth $10


Acts of Fashion Show 2017

Acts of Culture Week
Acts of Fashion LLC

Date & Times:
May 7, 4:00 p.m.

This fashion-filled event includes a fashion runway show and shopping experience, showcasing fashions from Metro-Detroit designers and boutiques, while also including special performances by local & national talent! A portion of proceeds will be donated towards the WWII Veterans Dormitory & Village Arts Factory.

Ticket information
All Seats: $17


'The Snow White Variety Show'

Spotlight on Youth

Date & Times:
May 11, 7:00 p.m.
May 12, 7:00 p.m.
May 13,  2:00 p.m. & 7 p.m.
All the fun of just about every TV show genre you can imagine is jam-packed into this wild and fast-paced comedy! The audience becomes the live studio audience on a talk show, Real Talk with Fairytale Legends, where the seven dwarves tell the story of Snow White as the Fairytale Players bring it to life. At any given moment, the story can be romance, comedy, home improvement show, suspense, Western, epic poetry, mystery, cooking show, stand-up routine, or blockbuster action movie! There’s even a ‘Miss Fairest of The All’ beauty pageant! Approximate run time: 1 1/2 hrs with intermission.

Ticket Information:
All Seats: $12

This event takes place in the Biltmore Studio, an intimate 80-seat studio sized space with a portable stage, and seating is general admission.

Frank 102 - A Salute to Old Blue Eyes

Frank 102 - A Salute to Old Blue Eyes

Kevin Brazell

Dates & Times:
May 13, 7:00 p.m.

A dozen outstanding 'Vegas quality' vocalists will pay tribute to the great Frank Sinatra with most of his concert standards and a few obscure ones. Peggy Bogart, Paige Dear, John Decerchio, Gary Errigo, Lisa Gillis, Gig Lamarr, Michael Magnone, Gary Mazzola, Keith Mino, Chris Scarlett, Kirsten Sparks and Chris Vinson are the featured performers celebrating Sinatra's 102nd birthday. This is the sixth time that producer Kevin Brazell has brought a show to the stage of the Village Theater at Cherry Hill. "A Salute to Old Blue Eyes" makes an excellent gift the day before Mother's Day and is the day before the 19th anniversary of Sinatra's death.

Ticket Information:
Adults: $20
Senior: $15
Youth: $15


Nana's Naughty Knickers

Spotlight Still Got It Players

Date & Times:
May 18, 7:30 p.m.
May 19, 7:30 p.m.
May 20, 2:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
May 21, 2:00 p.m.

Bridget and her Grandmother are about to become roommates. However, what Bridget saw as a unique opportunity to stay with her favorite Nana in New York for the summer quickly turns into an experience she’ll never forget. It seems her sweet Grandma is running an illegal boutique from her apartment, selling hand-made naughty knickers to every senior citizen in the five borough area! Will Bridget be able to handle all the excitement? Will her Nana get arrested-or worse! – evicted? Rated PG-13. Approximate run time: 1¾ hrs including intermission.

Ticket Information:
Adults: $18
Senior: $16
Youth: $16


This event takes place in the Biltmore Studio, an intimate 80-seat studio sized space with a portable stage, and seating is general admission.


Banachek - The Man Who Fooled The Scientists Presents: Telepathy

The Village Theater as Cherry Hill

Date & Times:

May 19, 7:30 p.m.
May 20, 7:30 p.m.

Banachek introduces mystery after mystery to the audience demonstrating effects that defy reason. We ask you to join our investigation. The impossible is performed with the assistance of skeptics and true believers randomly selected. Reaching into their minds and their pasts, in ways that are inexplicable. Banachek charms and amazes nightly. How often in the theater do you really experience wonders? Approximate run time: 1 hr 15 minutes.

Ticket Information:
All Seats: $20


Michigan Shakespeare Festival

Looking ahead to summer? You can purchase your Michigan Shakespeare Festival Flex Tickets now at a discounted price with a Flex package.

July 28  - August 13, 2017
Flex tickets only valid at venue where purchased. 2017 performances by Michigan Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew, Julius Caesar, The Seagull. To purchase flex tickets online select quantity of 3. Please redeem for desired performances at least 48 hours in advance.

Ticket Information:
Adults $105 for a package of 3 tickets

Senior $105 for a package of 3 tickets

*Individual tickets for plays are also available for purchase at regular price.
**Student/Youth Pricing for every show $16

Gift Certificates

The Village Theater at Cherry Hill

Purchase Gift Certificates for future shows at The Village Theater. Available in various denominations.

Available at The Village Theater website, in person or over the phone M-F 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 734/394-5300 x3. Must be redeemed at least 48 hours prior to the desired event/show. No refunds or exchanges.

Patron Tips

TICKET PURCHASING:  Tickets can be purchased, and printed at home or held in will call, anytime from our website at no extra charge.  The box office is open for walk-up service (please ring the call box at the front entrance if the door is locked) between 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. weekdays.   Tickets can also be ordered over the phone, 734/394-5300 x3, with a Visa or MasterCard between the hours of 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. weekdays, or you are welcome to leave a message and our staff will return your call during our 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., weekday box office hours.  If tickets are available, they can also be purchased 1 hour prior to Program Time.
ART EXHIBITION AND FACILITY TOUR:  Please visit our monthly art exhibits, take a tour or purchase show tickets in person Monday - Friday (except national holidays) between
10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
TEMPERATURE:  The temperature in the auditorium is set to be between 68 and 72 degrees.  Patrons who find these temperatures chilly are encouraged to dress accordingly or bring a wrap.
No Refunds on Tickets Purchased.  All sales are final.


Sunday Mornings at the Village Theater

Faith Baptist Church holds weekly services on Sunday mornings.
Bible study 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m..
Worship service 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Children's ministry runs from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.


The Gallery at The Village Theater

Current Gallery Exhibit

Canton’s Village Theater To Exhibit "Present" featuring Tom Livio, Carl George, & Andrew Langlois

Exhibition Dates:   May 2-30
Artist Reception:  May 4, 7:00-9:00 p.m. (free and open to the public)

Tim Livo - Artist BIO
Born 28th of September, 1963 in Garden City, MI, Tom Livo started drawing at the age of two.  He was later tutored by the late Helen Cunniff of Lake Orion, MI.  Studied painting at College for Creative Studies from 1981-1987 in the fine arts/painting program under Aris Katroulis, and learned technique from Richard Jerzy.  He was awarded study in New York studio program from CCS in winter 1986.  From 1987-1997, Tom worked in Chicago with Jan Carmichael and Co. doing murals and faux finishes and specializing in realist cloud ceilings.  Tom also sold commissioned artwork out of his studio and eventually joined Eastwick gallery (now Thomas Masters).  Tom moved to Los Angeles in 1997 to sell his paintings to private collectors, then returned to Detroit in 2003 to caretake family members.  In 2013, Tom returned to painting and established Studio 209 with fellow artist Brad Gravelle, in Westland, MI where he is currently producing portrait and seascapes in oil.

Carl George - Artist BIO
Carl George is an artist and experimental filmmaker specializing in collage, an art historian and a curator. He has curated art exhibitions for The Armand Hammer Museum, The Kinsey Institute, Warner Brothers and Paramount Studios and Cinecitta Studios, Rome.
Many of his short experimental films have shown in festivals internationally and are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney, the Guggenheim Museum and the New York Public Library. His 1986 short film, The Lost 40 Days has recently been restored with the assistance of the National Film Preservation Foundation and is now in the permanent collections of the National Archive at the Library of Congress and Anthology Film Archives in New York.
His 1989 film DHPG Mon Amour, documenting the radical advances made by people with AIDS in developing their own health care, is a classic of AIDS activist film making and was recently incorporated into the Oscar-nominated documentary How to Survive a Plague (2012).

Andrew Langlois - Artist BIO
A Detroit based photographer and artist.  He attended The College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the photography department.  Andrew has had a strong fine art background from an early age, being influenced by his parents and brother who are also artists.  However, while attending CCS, he became increasingly interested in pursuing commercial product and food photography.  Using the technical skills he acquired, Andrew began working with various clients including restaurant owners, jewelers, and portrait photographers in order to provide them with the content they needed.  This was followed by working as head photographer for an architectural materials manufacturer where Andrew was able to improve his work in a studio setting while imaging glass, acrylic, and concrete materials. 


Artist Photo - Andrew Langlois
Artist Photo - Andrew Langlois


25th Annual Canton Fine Arts Exhibition
Beginning May 8, 2017 the Village Theater at Cherry Hill will be accepting entries for the 25th Annual Canton Fine Arts Juried Exhibition, which will be on display October 6 - November 6, 2017. Entries for this distinguished exhibition will be accepted May 8 - August 21, 2017.
Artists 18 years and older, living or working in Michigan are encouraged to visit the Artist Resources section of our website: for an application form and details starting May 8, 2017.   Interested artists may also request an entry form hard copy by calling The Village Theater at Cherry Hill at 734/394-5300 ext. 8.
This year’s Juror is Jean-Paul Aboudib. Jean-Paul is a Michigan based artist working and residing in the metro Detroit area. He has earned a BFA degree from The College for Creative Studies and an MFA in Painting from Wayne State University in Detroit. His current paintings embody a saturated color palette and a painterly approach culled from a variation of expressive realism His work employs not only the technical traditions of classical anatomy and the convincing representation of the figure, but also the multiple psychological complexities, yet subtle nature of his subjects.

Jean-Paul has exhibited his work in various galleries and exhibition spaces, including the Alden B. Dow Museum, The Forum Gallery at The Cranbrook Academy of Arts, the historic Scarab Club, The Artist Market, The Ann Arbor Art Center, The Pontiac Creative Art Center, The Cherry Hill Village Theater, Madonna University, The Plymouth Community Arts Council, The Tangent Gallery, The Guardian Building of Detroit and The Alfred Berkowitz Gallery. In addition, he has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors including Honorable Mentions, Merit Awards and Best in Shows in juried art competitions.  In 2011, he was the recipient of the Best in Show award in Canton’s Fine Arts Exhibition at The Village Theater and also was awarded Best in Show in the Alfred Berkowitz state wide competition in 2013.

He has lectured extensively about his work’s technique and conceptual inspirations at various venues including Madonna University, The Dearborn Art Society Club, The Garden City Art Club and The Three Cities Art Club.  Recently, Jean-Paul was a visiting artist for six months at The Dancing Dog Gallery in Ann Arbor, MI. Jean-Paul’s art can be found in the collections of The Plymouth Community Arts Council, PCS Global Company, Milano’s high end Men’s Fine Apparel and in the private collections of art lovers across the state of Michigan including a portrait in the collection of Hip Hop artist Eminem.

Save the Date

International Stage will once again be featured at Canton’s annual Liberty Fest

June 17, we will hold an International Festival on Canton’s LIVE stage.  We will experience many different cultures thru dance and vocal performances.

If you would like to participate in planning for upcoming multicultural events or are interested in performing at future events please contact:
Anne Jahn, at The Village Theater for more information:



The Village Theater at Cherry Hill

50400 Cherry Hill Rd.
Canton, MI 48187

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