“Tuesdays with Morrie” Play Comes to Michigan in Special 25th Anniversary Celebration

Jun 8, 2022 | News, Theatre | 6 comments

In celebration of the 25th Anniversary edition of Tuesdays with Morrie, we’re proud to announce several productions of its theatrical adaptation in August and September. This is the first time the play has been produced in Michigan. Michigan’s own Water Works Theatre Company is touring this powerful affirmation of life and friendship, revived from its recent and successful run at Theatre J in Washington, D.C. in the fall of 2021. The play stars Cody Nickell and Michael Russotto and is directed by Jenna Place.

Several performances include talkbacks with Mitch Albom and cast, and benefitting nonprofit organizations. See the list below for details and specific dates and links.

August 10-14 | City Opera House, Traverse City
August 10th opening night includes talkback with Mitch Albom after the performance. Tickets on sale June 8: www.cityoperahouse.org/events or (231) 941-8082.

August 17-21 | Pasant Theatre Wharton Center for Performing Arts, East Lansing
Tickets on sale June 10: www.whartoncenter.com or 1-800-WHARTON

August 24-28 | Kalamazoo Civic Theatre, Kalamazoo
Special performance on August 24th to benefit Centrica Care Navigators with VIP reception and talkback with Mitch Albom. Tickets on sale June 6: http://www.kazoocivic.com or (269) 343-1313

August 31 – September 4 | Wealthy Theatre, Grand Rapids
Special Performance on August 31st to benefit Hospice of Michigan including talkback with Mitch Albom. Tickets on sale June 6: www.grcmc.org/theatre.

September 8-11 | Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor
Special Performance on September 10th to benefit Michigan Colleges Alliance/Have Faith Haiti Scholarship Fund including VIP Reception and talkback with Mitch Albom. Tickets on sale now as part of package, July 1st for individual: www.greatlakescfa.org or (231) 429-2610.

September 15-18 | The Berman Center for the Performing Arts, West Bloomfield
September 15th opening night includes talkback with Mitch Albom after the performance. Tickets on sale July 12: http://www.theberman.org or (248) 406-6677.

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  1. Carol Panichella

    I would be so excited to win these two tickets! I have followed Mitch Albom for many years and have read all his books. It would be wonderful to be a guest at this event!

    • Elli

      Good luck Carol!

  2. Ellen Bushman

    I would love to see this play. I loved the book and it was fabulous.

  3. Joyce Saski

    The heart must be stirred to grow to a new level of awareness…all of Mitches book have advanced this growth in me and I would be honored to receive tickets to this event and further spear on this growth.

  4. Helen

    I would love to see this play. Any chance you would bring it to NY? I met you in person when you promoted your last book in Oct. 2018. I have read everything you have written.

  5. Randi

    Will you be touring out of MI??
    To Texas maybe??


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