The performance of “A Thousand Ways” returns to Ann Arbor this fall

ANN ARBOR, me. – Members of the Tree Town community and art fans have another chance to experience “A Thousand Ways”.

After successful performances in July, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival and the University of Michigan Museum of Art are bringing back the popular connectivity experience from award-winning theater makers 600 HIGHWAYMEN.

A Thousand Ways turns ticket holders into participants while strangers collaborate and connect.

Ticket sales to students and A2SF and UMMA donors will start on Monday, October 4th at 9:00 a.m. Tickets will be available to the public on Tuesday, October 5th at 9:00 a.m.

Students can purchase tickets for $ 5. General public tickets are $ 10. Participants cannot be obliged to take part in both experiences.

The experiences are recommended for ticket holders aged 16 and over.

Here are the details:

A thousand ways (part 1): One phone call

  • Dates: November 9-14

  • Running time: 45–60 minutes

  • Ticket holders call strangers from home. Following a series of instructions, the participants create a portrait of themselves and learn about the simplicity of an invisible voice, according to the experience page.

Learn more about part one here.


A thousand ways (part 2): an encounter

  • Dates: March 8 – April 24, 2022

  • Running time: 45–60 minutes

  • Separated by glass, the participants meet in person at opposite ends of a table. By working together and following a script, strangers will create a deep connection with each other, A2SF said in a press release.

  • Face covering is required.

Learn more about Part Two here.

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