107 Generations Dr, Three Oaks, MI 49128
Hip spot for concerts, plays, drag shows & more in a renovated corset factory with a bar. The Acorn Theater is housed in a turn of the century former corset stay factory (the conversion of this corset factory to performance space was recently the subject of multiple shows on HGTV). This beautiful building is now home to many performers of incomparable talent whose common bond is the creative experience shared between theater owners Kim Clark and David Fink; and a large, appreciative audience. The Acorn also houses a 1931 Barton theater pipe organ, and boasts a huge acorn sculpture in front of the building.
The Acorn Theater produces approximately 100 separate shows each year that run the gamut from Absurd Post Modern Clowning to new works by TONY award winning Broadway creators. Music also holds a special place in the Acorn lineup: former seasons have featured internationally known rock bands including Jefferson Starship, Poi Dog Pondering, and The Cowby Junkies; folk legends such as Peter Yarrow, Richie Havens, Shawn Mullins, and Corky Siegel; rock icon Lesley Gore, pianist Jim Brickman, and opera star Nathan Gunn.
The Acorn Theater has shows most Friday and Saturday evenings, and is located at 107 Generations Drive, a road that runs behind the Post Office, which is located on Elm Street, the main street of Three Oaks.
Site design by Fusion Design Group, LTD