The Ringwald Theatre presents
By Jonathan Harvey
March 8-April 1, 2024
Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays @ 8pm
Sundays at 3pm
Please Note: there will be NO performance on Easter Sunday, March 31st
All guests are encouraged to wear a mask in the theatre to protect themselves and others, but it is no longer required.
To read all of our COVID & Ticketing Policies/Updates, Click HERE
Teenage boys Ste and Jamie are neighbours. Both are being bullied, Jamie at school and Ste at home by his violent father and brother. One night, when things get too much, Ste seeks refuge in Jamie’s flat and, sharing a bed, the boys strike up a new relationship. Together they come to terms with their sexuality and explore their feelings alongside their Mama Cass loving, rebellious friend Leah and with the much-needed emotional support of Jamie’s lioness mother, Sandra.
Jonathan Harvey’s iconic, coming-out and coming-of-age story is about community, friendship, rites of passage and what it is to be sixteen and in love.
THE RINGWALD'S COVID POLICIES / UPDATES
The Ringwald is delighted to be returning to in-person performances and thrilled to have you visit us at our new home inside of Affirmations LGBTQ+ Community Center!
For the health, safety and well-being of our patrons, staff and artists, The Ringwald Theatre’s current COVID-19 policy requires the following:
- All guests are encouraged to wear a mask in the theatre to protect themselves and others, but it is no longer required
- The cast will not be wearing masks during the performance.
- The Ringwald will be cashless and paperless going forward. You can purchase tickets at the door with a credit card and virtual programs will be available via a QR code at the theatre.
- This policy is subject to change at any time, in accordance with local, state, and federal guidelines as they may change and update. Please check back for our current policy before your scheduled performance date. theringwald.com
- PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE THEATRE IF YOU ARE SICK! We will gladly refund your ticket purchase if given at least 2 hours notice prior to the performance.
The Ringwald's mission is to engage diverse audiences through fresh, risk-taking theatrical experiences. Seasons will include productions focusing primarily on newer works, previously un-produced scripts, and innovative interpretations of seasoned classics.
The Ringwald opened our doors to our Ferndale location at 9 Mile & Woodward in May of 2007 with Fatal Attraction: A Greek Tragedy and quickly became a mainstay of Detroit’s theatre community.
In a newly-formed partnership with Affirmations LGBTQ+ Community Center, The Ringwald will open their new home inside the center in the fall of 2021 after temporarily shutting its doors at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite a successful 14 year residency on Woodward and 9 mile.