Ypsilanti Players dressed for "Sideshow Freaks" at the Masonic Temple


Ypsilanti Players dressed for "Sideshow Freaks" at the Masonic Temple

The Ypsilanti Players were founded in 1915 "To study, read, and act new plays which must have artistic merit." Their performances became a popular form of entertainment for the citizens of Ypsilanti, and many prominent figures in Ypsilanti history were members of the troupe.

Read about the Ypsilanti Players in theJanuary 1976 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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