Calumet Theatre presents ‘The Suitcase’

The Calumet Theatre presents “The Suitcase,” a blend of storytelling and music, portraying a family’s experience through the Holocaust and new life in America, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10.

In this performance, musician Tim Lorsch tells the story of the immigrant experience. Lorsch has created a special evening of stories and music to share how his family fled Germany and established a new life in America. Lorsch’s original score is performed live with looping technology on violin, octave violin and cello.

Lorsch, the first-born son of Jewish parents who fled Nazi Germany, is a Nashville-based producer, session player, arranger and songwriter.

Tickets to the show at 340 Sixth St., Calumet, start at $20, and youth 17 and under, accompanied by an adult, may purchase balcony seats for $1. For more information, call 906-337-2166 or email Jay Maki at execdirector@calumettheatre.com.


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