The Ringwald is located in the "Times Square of Ferndale," just south of Nine Mile on the East side of Woodward.
The Ringwald produces work that will blur the lines between race, income, religion, and sexuality. Seasons will include productions focusing primarily on newer works, previously un-produced scripts, and fresh interpretations of seasoned classics.
The Ringwald opened their doors in May of 2007 with Fatal Attraction: A Greek Tragedy and quickly became a mainstay of Detroit’s theatre community. The Ringwald is dedicated to providing a creative environment for local artists to produce works that challenge, confront, and entertain.
Located on the east side of Woodward, just south of 9 mile rd, north of Dino's restaurant.
PARKING: There is metered Parking in front of the theatre on Woodward and also along the east side of 9 Mile, past Como's. There are lots behind Como's and just further past (and across 9 Mile) behind the theatre and just further on the other side of the Library. Streetside meters take coins and the lot spots can be paid by a few designated kiosks which take coin, cash, and credit card. Parking rates are $.50 per half hour/$1 per hour and the hours/days. Parking is free on Sundays and major holidays.
Meters run Monday through Saturdays from 11AM-Midnight.
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Director of Engagement
Phoenix Eldridge - Facilities Manager
Suzan M. Jacokes - House Manager