Award-winning musician and two-time Detroit Blues Champ, John Latini personifies the best that Michigan’s rock history has to offer: an honest, no-nonsense commitment to real songs about real people. Whether he’s tearing it up at a blues fest or captivating a room with original songs, folk and blues go arm in arm in his music like the blood brothers they are. Don’t miss this intense, incandescent performer when he showcases his talent onstage at the TCA on November 2.
LEGENDS OF MICHIGAN COMEDY: JAN. 25 | 7:30 PM
The TCA is excited to host the Legends of Michigan Comedy as part of their National Touring Season. The show is comprised of legendary comedians Dave Landau (Last Comic Standing), Bryan McCree (MADtv), Bill Bushart (Detroit Comedian of the Year), and Norm Stulz (Comedy Central). The Legends of Michigan Comedy Showcase is emceed by local favorite Steve Smargon (Bi-polar Marine)! So head over to the TCA as we welcome five Michigan comedians performing their stand-up for just one night only! Experience an evening full of laughs with these Michigan greats on Saturday, January 25, 2020.
Drew and Kin are back! This comedy-based dueling piano show is always a fun, high-energy party-in-a-box! Pianists sing and play everything from Jimmy Buffet, Garth Brooks, Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Lady Gaga, Elvis, Katy Perry, Metallica and just about anything else. New York, NY Dueling Pianos is a clap-a-long, sing-a-long, crazy fiesta with roasts, drinking songs, toasts, and hi-octane comedy. Save the date for Saturday, February 15, 2020!
*Season Tickets excludes onstage seating. If you want onstage seating for this performance, your season ticket price will increase by $15.
LE CIRQUE ESPRIT: MAR. 7 | 4 PM
Featuring New York City’s renown ABCirque and live orchestrations by the contemporary group CORDIS, Le Cirque Esprit presents its latest creation, “Spirit of the Machine.” The new show is based on the Greek mythological tale of Talos— “the first machine”—and was inspired by CORDIS’ epic multi-movement suite, The Only, which features mechanical instruments such as a 1902 Victor Talking Machine, a large custom-made music box, and a pocket watch. This performance is packed with breathtaking acrobatics and aerial acts paired with classic steampunk-era circus artistry, so grab your tickets and join us for this spectacular event on March 7.
Voted the #1 R&B Vocal Group in Detroit for 2016, Phase 5 brings you their authentic re-creation of Motown’s greatest hits on Saturday, April 25, 2020. Phase 5 is one of the most electrifying acts to come out of Detroit in a long time. Their smooth jazz mixed with a slamming “in your face” style of today’s Hip Hop and R&B leaves the audience wanting more. Known for their flashy well-choreographed dance moves and glittering eye-popping stage attire – you don’t want to miss Phase 5 at the TCA.