4800 E Huron River Dr, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
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Our mission Wild Swan Theater is dedicated to producing professional theater of the highest artistic quality for children and families and to making that theater accessible to everyone including low income, minority, and disabled patrons through low ticket prices and innovative outreach programs.

Wild Swan Theater

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Theater Volunteer

We are always looking for volunteer to assist with ushering or manning our concession stand for our season performances at Towsley Auditorium. In exchange for your help, you are invited to stay and watch the show for free!
  • Occasional, Weekly, Monthly
  • 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Indoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends

Office & Event Assistance

Perhaps you are more interested in helping out in our office or at one of our fundraisers during the year? No problem! We need lots of help with those as well!
  • Occasional
  • 55+, Adults
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10)
  • Office work, Event support
  • None, On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
How you help Whether you attend a performance, donate to one of our annual campaigns, purchase an ad in our season program book, volunteer as an usher at one of our events, provide a foundation or government grant, or are a corporate sponsor of Wild Swan Theater, we appreciate all that you do to keep our mission of providing the highest quality theater to everyone alive.
About us In 1980, Hilary Cohen and Sandy Ryder founded Wild Swan Theater (WST) with a desire to reach youth and families with artistic, affordable, and accessible theater productions of the highest caliber. Since its founding, WST made a commitment to make theater accessible to patrons of all abilities. In the early 1980s, we were one of the first theater companies in the nation to incorporate American Sign Language (ASL) into all of our mainstage performances and invent a new aesthetic for the theater by fully integrating ASL actors into the central action of the play. We also pioneered other audience accessibility tools such as onstage touch tours and audio described performances for audience members who are blind and pre-performance workshops for audiences who are developmentally disabled.
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