Vital Signs Is Final Show at Performance Net's Old Ann Arbor Space, Aug. 17-27

News   Vital Signs Is Final Show at Performance Net's Old Ann Arbor Space, Aug. 17-27 Greenhouse Theatre Company, one of Ann Arbor, MI's newest theatre companies, has the distinction of staging the final show at the Performance Network's warehouse space at 408 W. Washington.

Greenhouse Theatre Company, one of Ann Arbor, MI's newest theatre companies, has the distinction of staging the final show at the Performance Network's warehouse space at 408 W. Washington.

Jane Martin's revue of women's monologues, Vital Signs, plays Aug. 17-27 as part of the Performance Network's TreeTown Performance Festival, a series of local companies presenting at the Network.

The Performance Network's resident Equity series begins Sept. 21 with Nicky Silver's The Maiden's Prayer, in the company's new and bigger theatre at the corner of Fourth and Huron in downtown Ann Arbor.

The move-in date for the new space is Sept. 8. A spokesman for the nonprofit told Playbill On-Line the company is still working toward its $1.1 million fundraising goal, and has raised about $800,000 so far, enough to build the new theatre and move in.

Tracing the essence and extremes of the female experience, Vital Signs is a follow-up to Martin's popular Talking With. The Aug. 18 performance benefits Ann Arbor's Domestic Violence Project: SAFE House.

Tickets are $12. For information, call (734) 663-0681.

-- By Kenneth Jones