Live Theatre…Here We Go Again!

It’s a big week as the Jenison High School Thespians proudly return to the stage to present this year’s spring musical; Mamma Mia! Last year brought much frustration and disappointment at the start of the COVID pandemic; so the students are appreciating every minute of the hard work and being rejuvenated by the sheer energy of this show.

Our new Theatre director, Ashlee DeGraaf kicked off the school year with virtual performances of the annual Festival of Plays. As we approached the spring musical season, the cast and crew were eager to get back on stage. They have tirelessly navigated ongoing challenges and changes including quarantined cast members at times. The Jenison Thespians are always a bright spot in the final months of the busy school year and I’m ecstatic that we are able to allow, not only the students to perform, but the community to safely join the fun. Tickets are still available for this weekend; we promise – you will not be disappointed!

Mamma Mia! brings so much laughter, joy, and dynamic dance numbers combined with an unforgettable line up of hit songs. Get your tickets today and let yourself be taken away to a Greek island paradise and bask in the glow of the Mediterranean sea and sun.


Tickets are still available!

To get your tickets, visit at www.jpsarts.com or call (616) 667-3602

*Safety protocols include limited socially distanced seating and face coverings required*


Performance Dates:

Thursday, March 25 at 7:00pm

Friday, March 26 at 7:00pm (SOLD OUT)

Saturday, March 27 at 1:00pm

Saturday, March 27 at 7:00pm

Ticket prices: $12 Adult, $8 Students (under age 18) and Senior Citizens

Once again, we are amazed by the hard work and dedication of the Jenison Thespians and can’t wait to see your latest production! You can get your tickets for this weekend here!

Directed by Ashlee DeGraaf
Choreography by Hailey MacKay
Musical Directors: Zachary Forsleff and Dan Scott
Photography: Stacey Clack Photography

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