Home for the Holidays with Farmer’s Alley and Friends

Home for the Holidays with Farmers Alley and Friends $19.95

Available December 12–27, 2020

Featuring a myriad of artists from across the West Michigan area.

This Holiday season is to be unlike any other, and Farmers Alley Theatre wants to bring all the comforts of a normal holiday to you and yours. Featuring singers, musicians and other media, HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS brings all the classic songs of the season to you, as well as some new offerings that will influence some of our newer traditions. Grab some cocoa, snuggle by the fireplace and enjoy the spirit of the season with a collection of artists from West Michigan that are sure to put you in the holiday mood.

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By Request

By Request

November 19-29, 2020

A Virtual Fundraiser. Chosen by you, our fans!

BY REQUEST is a virtual fundraiser featuring Farmers Alley talent (both local and from Broadway) performing songs and scenes from our theatre’s prolific history. Utilizing remastered archival videos along with brand new performances, we’ll be touching on some of our greatest hits like Million Dollar Quartet, Cabaret, Fun Home and others! Featuring performances by Teri Bibb, David Maiocco, Michelle Duffy, Scott Moreau, Jeremy and Denene Mulay Koch, Whitney Weiner, Harrison Bryan, Aral Gribble, Este’Fan Kizer and many more!

There are three ticketing packages available for BY REQUEST: General Admission which gets you a ticket to the show, Premium Admission which gets you a ticket as well as a Farmers Alley Theatre swag bag and a personalized video message from one of our perfomers; and Platinum Admission which gets you a ticket, the FAT swag bag, a bottle of champagne, and a Zoom Call with one of our professional performers!

The Conviction of Lady Lorraine

The Conviction of Lady Lorraine $19.95

October 29 - November 5, 2020

An original one-woman teleplay written and performed by Dwandra Nickole Lampkin.

Set in Memphis, TN near the Lorraine Motel where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated—a writer (Lampkin) has a brief but powerful encounter with a homeless woman, Lady Lorraine. She finds herself transformed by Lady Lorraine’s more than 20-year quest to right a social wrong. One year later, the writer returns to Memphis, hoping that Lady Lorraine will share her full story of conviction. But the writer quickly finds herself asking new questions about many things, and finding that Lady Lorraine is not the only one on a quest for recognition.

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