Voice of Summer Returns to Traverse City Opera House

“Looong gone”, but never forgotten. Erniethe smash hit play about the Voice of Summer written by award – winning author Mitch Albom, is dedicated to Ernie Harwell and recounts the life of beloved the Tigers announcer. The play runs August 17 – 20.

Ernie is set on Ernie Harwell’s last night at Comerica, when the Hall of Fame broadcaster is about to give a moving thank you to a grateful city. Just before he walks onto the grassy field, he encounters an unusual boy who is eager to know all about him, coaxing Harwell into giving one final broadcast – the “broadcast of his life.”

The play features actual footage from historic baseball moments, supplied courtesy of Major League Baseball, and boasts many unmistakable Harwell calls. Tiger fans will get a glimpse of the time that Ernie met the Great Bambino and Ty Cobb. They’ll witness how he “recreated” games in his early days, and what was behind his broadcasts of the Tigers’ 1968 and 1984 World Series.

Opening night VIP reception: Includes pre-performance reception, meet and greet with award-winning author Mitch Albom, hors d’oeuvres, one complimentary drink and one Tier 1 ticket to the performance. Quantity is limited.

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