Premier Dance Company

Premier Dance Company is one of Greater Lansing Area’s premier dance studios. They offer both recreational dance classes as well as competition level classes. The studio prides itself on its ability to bring exemplary instruction to its students, as well as providing first-class dance education. The PDC partners with the Greater Lansing Academy of Dance […]

All Things

The Commons is a beautifully landscaped area nestled between the historic Grand Ledge Opera House and the Grand River. This setting provides a picturesque showcase for the unique metal sculpture, “All Things”, created by the nationally recognized sculptor and West Michigan native, Johnny Blue. All Things was donated to the Opera House in 2005 by […]

Bridge Street Four

Throughout the centuries, art and music have served as a reflection of our culture. In early 2014, the City of Grand Ledge Downtown Development Authority (DDA) purchased 4 metal sculptures created by Michigan artist, Robert Barnum that link the synergy between music and art. The DDA and the Grand Ledge Chamber of Commerce held a […]

The Heart and Art of Grand Ledge

In 2004, artist Tony Hendrick invited the community to aid in the design and painting of a mural depicting highlights in the City of Grand Ledge, both past and present. The end result is a colorful 58 x 26-foot true work of art affixed to the side of the City’s former 1855 Fire Hall. Here, […]

The Ledges

“The Ledges” sculpture depicts the awe-inspiring and unique sandstone ledges that occur naturally in Grand Ledge. Installed in 2015, The Ledges sculpture stands nearly 18-feet tall and is 9-feet wide. The climber affixed to the side of the sculpture recognizes the residents and visitors that frequent nearby Oak Park to admire and climb the ledges. […]

Ledges Playhouse

The Ledges Playhouse is a historic barn theatre, located inside the unique and picturesque Fitzgerald Park. In 1895, Spiritualists utilized local carpenter John Rosenberger to build a large pavilion to hold lectures and séances (attempts to communicate with spirits). Beginning in 1910, Free Methodists used the facility to hold their summer meetings. In 1919, the […]

Blake’s Opera House

Constructed in 1884 as a roller skating rink, the downtown building was purchased by Peter Blake and opened as Blake’s Opera House in 1886. Here, audiences enjoyed talent shows, vaudeville (burlesque, comedy, song, dance), silent movies, and athletic contests. Between 1928 and 1984, the Stephens and Mapes families used the building as a furniture store. […]

LCC Department of Theatre

The Lansing Community College Department of Theatre provides students with hands-on learning opportunities by hosting a variety of performances. Theatre majors are part of an ensemble, taking classes with the same group of students for two years with a focus on Stanislavski’s system of acting. Supplemental courses in stage combat, makeup, theatre history, auditioning and […]

MSU Department of Theatre

The MSU Department of Theatre is committed to teaching and producing at the cutting edge of theatre today, while preserving and perpetuating theatrical traditions. Increasingly, mediated theatre involving integrated media and video production and computer generated imagery complements traditional and industry standard stagecraft and design. It is the intent of the MSU Department of Theatre […]

Eggleston Gallery and Studios

Eggleston Gallery is owned and operated by Bath native, Melissa Eggleston and supported by her daughter, artist/photographer, Grace Eggleston. It was here in Bath that Melissa first found her love for nature and formed her artistic voice. To continue to tap into the natural beauty of the region, Eggleston decided locate her modernistic gallery in […]