The Village Theater at Cherry Hill

The Village Theater at Cherry Hill's 2015 season offers something for everyone from
contemporary dance to treasured American classics in its 400-seat venue.  

Upcoming Performances

Justin Hayward: The Legendary Voice of The Moody Blues and guest Mike Dawes
Presented by The Crofoot
September 2,

The Red Velvet Cake Wars Spotlight Still Got It Players
September 2-6,

Rock the House/A Rock-and-Roll Cabaret TLC Productions
September 12,

The Village Theater at Cherry Hill won’t be the same after TLC Productions “rocks the house” as it brings back its rock-and-roll cabaret.  This show revolves around two people starting a rock club and looking for a theme to build it around. There will be six different types of rock music presented: Theater Rock, Motown, Beach/Summer, Piano Bar, Movies Rock and Cars. The songs will be performed by a live rock band and the music will get the feet tapping and pull the audience out of their seats.  One 90-minute performance, including an intermission, at 8:00 pm on Saturday, September 12, 2015 is being presented.  The cabaret will showcase the musical talent of musicians: Dave Schmidt of Northville, MI on Guitar, Dave Skrzynski of Royal Oak, MI on Bass Guitar, Cheryl Chanko of South Lyon, MI on Keyboard, and Bob Espinoza of Canton, MI on Electric Drums. Several of these musicians are a part of the local cover band, Damage Control.

Starring as vocalists in the performance are Tim Chanko of Canton, MI; Maureen Paraventi of Redford, MI; and Kara Fay Cardella of Ypsilanti, MI.  Acting in the performance are Leanne Young of South Lyon, MI and Ken Overwater of Dearborn, MI.

“With our second rock-and-roll cabaret, we have established a new tradition at The Village Theater. Rock music appeals to a wide variety of individuals and we look forward to entertaining them,” state the co-founders of TLC Productions, Tim Chanko, Linda Pohl, and 
Christopher Tremblay.

This Cabaret was conceived and directed by musician Tim Chanko. Tim is a member of the local cover band, Damage Control.

The Producers Spotlight Players
September 18-20 & 25-27,


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 am-2 pm weekdays.  Tickets can also be ordered over the phone, 734/394-5300 ext. 3, with a Visa or MasterCard between the hours of 10 am-2 pm weekdays, or you are welcome to leave a message and our staff will return your call during our 10 am-2 pm, weekday box office hours.  If tickets are available, they can also be purchased 1 hour prior to curtain.
ART EXHIBITION AND FACILITY TOUR:  Please visit our monthly art exhibits, take a tour or purchase tickets in person any weekday (except national holidays) between 10 am-2 pm.
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.

Guard at the National Gallery
Guard at the National Gallery
Tim Ruane

Gallery @ VT

"Tell Me, Berenice Abbott"
Exhibition Dates:   August 3 - September 27, 2015

This month the Gallery @ VT will showcase “Tell Me, Berenice Abbott” a Digital Art Photography exhibit featuring the work of Timothy Ruane.
Mr. Ruane taught photography at the Edmund Burke School in Washington D.C. and worked as the chief copy editor in the editorial department of The Washington Post, where he also worked as a freelance photographer.  "I edit (manipulate) my photographs aggressively, changing contrast, brightness and hue without hesitation.  I value pictures that are hard to take more than easier ones—action shots more than stills, for example.  I am drawn to the unconventional and the abstract" says Ruane.

He has exhibited his fine art digital photography in London, Izmir Turkey, New York, Washington D.C. and a number of other U.S. cities.  His work has been published in The Washington Post, New York Review Books, Simon & Schuster as well as The Good Men Project, Whisperings and a number of other journals.
Mr. Ruane has written and directed three independent short narrative movies, a two-minute silent and many experimental films. Currently, he is filming and editing a short narrative film: “Sometimes the Window Is Blue.”

"As the philosopher is interested in truth, I am interested in beauty.  Good art can do many things, but it cannot bore." - Tim Ruane

Tim Ruane’s Photo “Guard at the National Gallery of Art” is one of the featured works at The Village Theater’s Gallery @VT.

Budsix Mouse
Budsix Mouse
Wesley Eggebrecht

The Gallery @VT is also proud to present eleven works by artist Wesley Eggebrecht in a mini exhibition “Art by Wesley”.  

Wesley Eggebrecht is an artist based out of Detroit. He specializes in Illustration, Graphic Design, Identity, Typography, Apparel Graphics and Murals. Balancing new school flavor with old school charm.
He has created artwork for TOMS, Cole Haan, Rook, Nike, The Hundreds, Landyachtz, Converse, Ford, Transworld, General Motors, Snowboarder Magazine, Burton, Front Magazine, Flow Snowboards, Hagerty Insurance, and WeWork.
His painting BUDSIX is one of the featured works at the Village Theater’s Gallery @VT.

This art exhibit is at the Gallery@VT and is free and open to the public: 

Monday – Friday 10 am – 2 pm, one hour prior to and during public performances at the theater, as well as by appointment.  The Gallery@VT is closed on holidays.

The gallery is located at 50400 Cherry Hill Rd., Canton, 734/394-5300.


Ushers of the Month

Russ and Barb Crum

We would like to take this opportunity to recognize two of our outstanding ushers, Russ and Barb Crum. This dynamic duo have only been ushering at the theater for one year but they have jumped in head first to provide great customer service and are always eager to help in a pinch! As Russ and Barb are entering their second season as ushers we would like to let them know they are a great addition to our Village Theater family! We appreciate their love and passion for theater, Shakespeare in particular! The Village Theater would like to honor you both this month as “Usher(s) of the Month” for September 2015!

The Village Theater at Cherry Hill is a regional center for the arts that offers the magic of live theatre, soul-stirring music, the thrill of the dance, and the enjoyment of fine art exhibitions and events, in addition to providing a home for several cultural organizations and community groups.  

For additional information about Canton's Village Theater, located at 50400 Cherry Hill Road, visit or call 734/394-5300. 

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