8.24.18 festival schedule

performance times and stage locations subject to change

ROUTE 23 CRAFT BEER WALK

Featuring craft beer from Michigan breweries

4 - 10 PM

Stroll through downtown Milan for a craft beer tasting event. 

Enjoy a flight of three craft beers (3 oz. pours) at each venue (8 total venues). Each flight includes a small snack/appetizer.

 

Featured breweries (subject to change) include:

  • Arbor Brewing

  • Original Gravity

  • Founders

  • New Holland

  • Sagatuck Brewing

  • Dark Horse

  • Bell's

  • Griffin Claw Brewing

 

Tickets are $35 each (plus $4.01 fee). Must be 21 or older

 

Ticket price includes one flight of three craft beers (3 oz. pours) and a snack at each of the 8 venues, and a Route 23 Craft Beer Walk souvenir.

Only 300 tickets available!

FOOD TRUCKS

Main Street Milan

4 - 10 PM

Food Trucks include

IMPASTO (On Main Street)

The Italian term 'Impasto' translates in English to 'Dough'. We chose this name because we at Impasto take our dough very seriously! What makes our dough so special? All our dough is made in-house to make sure your Impasto wrap tastes delicious every time! It's naturally fermented with wild yeast which creates a delicious, unique flavor not replicated anywhere else. Every Impasto is 'Griddled' for a fluffy, golden brown crust, 'Stuffed' with the freshest, local ingredients and 'Rolled' into perfection!

NICK AND NINO'S (At Workhorse)

Nick and Nino's are a spin-off of the popular coal fired pizzeria and sports bar in Monroe, Michigan. Owned and operated by founder Nino Perna who’s passion for cooking dates back to when he was a child in the kitchens of his father Joe’s Italian restaurants & pizzerias. Nick &Nino’s trucks serve Southeast Michigan, Toledo & Northwest Ohio.

HEREOS ANONYMOUS

TDO Stage: Litte Park on Main

5 PM

The Roustabout Theatre Troupe presents a staged reading by professional actors of a original script by a Michigan playwright.

HEROES ANONYMOUS

by Megan Richards

In a dingy community center, three retired superheroes team up in the fight against the evils of everyday monotony. One day, a young man who recently discovered his super abilities shows up to their meeting, determined of his dream to become a superhero in a world where powers have been outlawed. When tragic news breaks, the four of them try to reconcile the true meanings of right and wrong, justice, and their own personal motives.

This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Minigrant Program, administered by The Arts Alliance

OUR DRAGON-TALK

E. Main Courtyard

5 PM

The Roustabout Theatre Troupe presents a staged reading by professional actors of a original script by a Michigan playwright.

OUR DRAGON-TALK

by Kellie Stonebrook

The story of Luke and Nina, two eccentric people desperate to change their lives. They think they’ve found the answer in each other until Nina has an affair.  With their lives turned upside down, they are finally forced to confront their own fears and insecurities. A dark comedy, Our Dragon-Talk is a story of re-self discovery in the aftermath of infidelity that challenges our ideas about the complexities of human relationships.

This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Minigrant Program, administered by The Arts Alliance

THE MEN OF SHERWOOD

TDO Stage: Little Park on Main

7 PM

The Roustabout Theatre Troupe presents a staged reading by professional actors of a original script by a Michigan playwright.

THE MEN OF SHERWOOD

by Joseph Zettelmaier

A medieval drama. Once, they were Little John, Friar Tuck, Alan-a-Dale, and Will Scarlet. Now they are the last of Robin Hood's band of rogues, and they think their battles are behind them. Long dead are Robin, Marian, King Richard, and the Sheriff. With Will Scarlet newly freed after years of imprisonment, they all gather at Rufford Abbey to drink wine and remember better days. But for one of them, the battle is far from over. They must face what it means to be a legend, and what happens to warriors who outlive their wars.

This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Minigrant Program, administered by The Arts Alliance

MAESTRO

E. Main Courtyard

7 PM

The Roustabout Theatre Troupe presents a staged reading by professional actors of a original script by a Michigan playwright.

MAESTRO

by Michael Herman

When the king’s maestro dies in 18th century Vienna, two genius composers compete to claim the royal position.  Through love, pistols at dawn, and outrageous sarcasm, one of them remains a misunderstood genius while the other becomes the maestro.

This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Minigrant Program, administered by The Arts Alliance

PLAYWRIGHT TALK BACK: MICHAEL HERMAN

TDO STAGE (Little Park on Main)

Immediately following the performance of Maestro

Drop in or stay after the performance for a brief Q&A talk-back with the playwright

This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Minigrant Program, administered by The Arts Alliance

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