Ironwood Theatre - Ironwood Michigan

Theatre Location

113 E. Aurora Street
Ironwood, MI 49938
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Theatre Office

Wed, Thur, & Fri:
Noon - 4:30pm
Tel: 906-932-0618
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109 E. Aurora Street
Ironwood, MI 49938
(Two doors west of the main theatre entrance)

Operation of the Historic Ironwood Theatre is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs

Art Works National Endowment for the Arts

Upcoming Events

The Superior Horns & Blue Ice

Show Times:
Friday, Oct. 02, 2015 at 7:30pm
Saturday, Oct. 03, 2015 at 7:30pm
Cost:
Tickets on sale soon.

The Superior Horns & Blue Ice

New local super group looks to debut performance on Historic Ironwood Theatre stage.

Bringing together members of the Lowell Street Band, the Keweenaw Rhythm and Blues Band, the Gogebic Range Band, local school band directors, and top young musicians from the area, this group will bring an exciting concert line-up to the stage of the Historic Ironwood Theatre on Friday October 2nd and Saturday October 3rd.

The classic rock/ blues/ jazz line-up will perform music by Steely Dan, The Blues Brothers, Van Morrison, Stevie Wonder, Blood Sweat and Tears, and the Phil Collins Big Band.

Saxophones: Barb Ahnen, Chris Bergquist, Sheri Holms, and Allen Gabka
Trombones: Rob Ahnen, Steve Boniface, Nikki Lekies, and Savannah Dahl
Trumpets: Steve Boyd, Larry Gabka, Madeline Gabka, Myron Re
Rhythm: Nick Wolfe, Matt Clausen, John Grewe,
Guitar: Keith Cannon
Keys: Peter Grewe, Kevin Maki
Vocals: Tammy Grewe, Mary Anne Boniface, Kevin Maki, Debbie Maki, and Ron Niemi.

Quite a line-up - these players represent many of the finest musicians in the area so we look forward to being wowed. Tower of Power - eat your hearts out!


Mary Poppins

Show Times:
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015 at 7:30pm
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015 at 7:30pm
Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015 at 2:00 pm
Cost:
Reserved Seating Only: Adults $15. Students $5 (limited availibility)

Mary Poppins - The Broadway Musical!

This magical family musical is based on the series of children’s books by P.L. Travers and the 1964 Disney film starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. The stage play is a fusion of various elements from the books and movie. Some elements from the books that were not included in the film were restored while others were removed.  Produced by Walt Disney Theatrical, the original West End (London) production opened in December 2004 and the Broadway production opened in November 2006.  This  local production is a cooperative effort between Theatre North and The Historic Ironwood Theatre.

For those who don't know the story: George and Winifred live at Number 17, Cherry Tree Lane with their misbehaved children, whose latest nanny has just quit with a fit. Enter Mary Poppins, the “practically perfect” nanny who teaches with magic and bonds with the children as no other nanny has. When Mary suddenly leaves the position, and Winifred hires George’s childhood nanny to take on the job, sending George and the children fleeing from the house, Mary becomes more valuable than ever. With patience, kindness, and a little bit of magic, Mary and her friend Bert help the family set things right - maybe more right than they’d ever been before.


Hitchcock's "The Lodger"

Show Times:
Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015 at 7:30 pm
Cost:


The Lodger

Released in 1927, The Lodger is the last of Alfred Hitchcock' silent movies. Though he made several films prior to The Lodger, Hitchcock once stated that he considered this his first true suspense film.  It is also the first Hitchcock film in which the director makes one of his trademark cameo appearances.

A serial killer known as "The Avenger" is on the loose in London, murdering blonde women. A mysterious man arrives at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Bunting looking for a room to rent. The Bunting's daughter is a blonde model and is seeing one of the detectives assigned to the case. The detective becomes jealous of the lodger and begins to suspect he may be the avenger. 

Lodger Poster

And a little movie-making trivia: For the opening scene, where the Avenger's murder victim faces the camera and screams, Hitchcock filmed the scene by having the actress lie down on a large sheet of glass, with her golden hair spread out around her head. He then lit the actress from underneath the sheet of glass, and filmed her with a camera mounted on its side, with the lens pointed at a downward angle. This gave the appearance that the actress's hair (with its golden curls, so important to the murderer) was ringed in a halo of light.

Staff organist at both the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor and the Detroit Fox, Fr Andrew Rogers returns to HIT to accompany this classic silent horror flick. A great way to "Get Your Halloween On!"