Art & Theater

. May 29, 2015.

Live Theatre
Purple Rose Theatre Company
137 Park St, Chelsea, MI 48118
734-433-7673
www.purplerosetheatre.org
Runner Up: Performance Network Theatre

Theater Troupe
Spontaneous Art
www.spontaneousart.org
Runner Up: Wild Swan

Dance Company
Ann Arbor Dance Works
1310 N. University Ct.,
Room 3529

734-647-2289
www.annarbordanceworks.com
Runner Up: Randazzo Dance Company

Movie Theater
Michigan Theater
603 E. Liberty St.
734-668-8463
www.michtheater.org
Runner Up: Quality 16

Artist
David Zinn
www.zinnart.com
Runner Up: Lynda Cole

Fine Art Gifts
Washington St. Gallery
306 S. Main St.
734-761-2287
www.wsg-art.com
Runner Up: Ann Arbor Art Center

Place to Hear Spoken Word
Circus Bar
210 S. 1st St.
734-913-8890
www.circusannarbor.com
Runner Up: Ugly Mug Cafe

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