Three hard working women form a bond in an office environment. The trio finds themselves seeking revenge on their oppressive and wildly sexist boss. (PG-13)
Youth & Students $10*
Seniors 60+ $15*
Group Rates Available*
*no discounts for Sunday matineés
Tickets available at the door, by phone, or online.
Help us help the homeless! We're proud to be a local facilitator for the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness in this donation drive. From now until May 7th, you can bring us health and hygiene items to donate for homeless individuals in our area.
We'll be here during our box office hours and rehearsals for "9 to 5, The Musical". Stop by to purchase your tickets and drop off an item for donation!
Our box office is open weekdays, 3pm-6pm, Monday-Friday, but we're in the building until at least 9pm for rehearsals.
If you can't make it during those hours, you can give us a call at 810-235-6963 to set up a time when you can drop items off. Or, you may bring them with you during our first weekend of performances for "9 to 5, The Musical".
Spread the word! You can help us make this donation drive a success!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 6, 2017
FLINT COMMUNITY PLAYERS RECEIVES GRANT FROM
THE STELLA & FREDERICK LOEB CHARITABLE TRUST
Flint Community Players, Inc. (FCP) announces the receipt of a generous grant from the Stella & Frederick Loeb Charitable Trust, administered by FirstMerit PrivateBank now a part of Huntington, toward sponsorship of their production of “9 to 5, The Musical.”
The funds from this grant will allow FCP to achieve its artistic and technical goals in providing a quality theatrical arts experience to the people of Flint and Genesee County. FCP is thankful to have the Trust’s continued support for its mission.
The production will be presented in the Tom & Bea Nobles Performance Hall located at 2462 S. Ballenger Highway, May 4 through 14, 2017. Ticket information and production credits are available at
or by calling the box office at (810) 441-9302.
Flint Community Players is a nonprofit theatrical organization using volunteer performers and production assistants working alongside a professional production staff to provide the public with a lifelong continuum of performing arts and learning experiences.
Chair, Board of Directors
Flint Community Players
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