Blog – AT THE GUILD

Parking Lot Striped

Copeland Paving is sealing and striping the parking lots today, June 1, 2017. The portions of the lots that were not refurbished are the targets of our capital improvement grant request to the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. Looking to the lot from Madison Street.

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Day Two in the Parking Lot

Copland Paving Company is out in force today. Photo by David Wood. Getting ready to start putting asphalt down. Photo by David Wood. First layer down. Photo by David Wood. Looking at the lot from Madison Street. Looking at the lot from Madison, closer to our building.

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Summer of 2017

Work is beginning on the refurbishing of the parking lots at The Guild. In the photo you see Copeland Paving beginning to remove layers or old asphalt from the parking lot on the west side of the building. The photo was taken on May 30, 2017. The

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Meet Adam Hoskins

One of the characters in Arsenic and Old Lace is Adam Hoskins. He is the dead man in the window seat when the show opens. Adam is played by himself, an experienced and traveled trouper. He has appeared in at least three productions of Arsenic being seen

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Salina School Comes to See Arsenic – II

Guild member Paul Bruce, Director of Arsenic and Old Lace, is a teacher at Salina Intermediate School in Dearborn. Whenever Paul is associated, either acting or directing, with an appropriate show at the Guild, he makes arrangements for a group of about 200 students, staff, and parents

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Salina School Comes to See Arsenic

Paul Bruce is an Honorary Member of the Guild. He is also a teacher at Salina Intermediate School in Dearborn. Salina serves an area of Dearborn with a large Arab population, many of whom are from Yemen. When Paul is involved in a Guild production, either directing

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Legally Blonde – A Review by Paul Bruce

by Paul Bruce I just came from The Players Guild of Dearborn where the awesome troubadours who populate that space have just scored big for the second time, making them two for two with the productions that compose this season. LEGALLY BLONDE, the musical version of the

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Murder at the Court House

by Richard Moore Roughly three years ago Ways  Means began discussions with the Dearborn Symphony regarding collaboration of a fundraiser to benefit both organizations. Several ideas were hatched and a year ago the two determined it would be a murder mystery. Plans came together quickly and a

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Being on The Ark

Being on the Ark By Julie Ballantyne Brown The cast of Two by Two on The Ark. From left to right: Tom Varitek as Ham, Kathleen Duffy as Rachel, Mark Wagner as Japheth, Mike Moseley as Noah, Sue Delosier as Esther, Brian Townsend as Shem, Julie Ballantyne

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Two by Two – A Review by Paul Bruce

Just came from seeing Two By Two at The Players Guild of Dearborn. This season opener is a charmer in the truest sense of the word. Featuring a uniformly talented ensemble cast of eight, the show is a music lover’s dream. Boasting a score by the legendary

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