We want our art to provoke discussion, to illuminate the need for a kinder and more inclusive world, and encourage out-of-the-box thinking long after you've left the theatre.
Find your voice and use it to fill the silence. Find your song, learn the words, and keep on singing it. Find your passion, what inspires you, what drives you – and live that passion every day.
Find the inestimable beauty of life through art.
We choose to showcase art which illustrates the messy, rough, complicated nature of life – because there is beauty in those stories.
Outvisible Theatre Company offers quality professional and pre-professional theatre and educational opportunities through the dramatic arts in the metro Detroit area..
Outvisible Theatre Company was founded in 2016 under the umbrella of Center Stage Studios, a non-profit performing arts studio, as a means for practical application of theatre education. Outvisible operates out of a 30-40 seat movable black box space in a converted theatre classroom in Allen Park and looks to tell stories with honesty through art and imagination through our passion for intelligent and thought-provoking theatre.
Further, Outvisible strives to engage further with the community through free programming with the ArtsActive Series, which aims to serve the artistic community, the local community, or both through the telling of a relevant story to a particular cause to which any donations will given, and pay-what-you-can performances on Mondays nights during the run of every show, as well as talkbacks, developmental classes, and playwriting festivals to encourage growth and education through theatre.
Challenge ideas. Inspire creativity. Find the inestimable beauty of life through art.
Outvisible Theatre Company is a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organisation under the umbrella of
Center Stage Studios
Center Stage Studios and its subsequent organizations, including but not limited to Arts Detroit, The MT Project, and Outvisible Theatre company, does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.
Meet The Outvisible Team
Adriane has been involved with the arts for almost the entirety of her life and likes to think of music as her first language, having started playing the piano at age two. Adriane established Center Stage Studios, a non-profit performing arts organisation that encompasses Outvisible, but also a non-profit performing arts studio, Arts Detroit, which houses OTC as well as a memtoring program for high school students wishing to pursue theatre in college. Adriane has performed, directed, and music directed at several Detroit-area theatre companies including Open Book Theatre in Trenton and Theatre NOVA in Ann Arbor. In addition to the arts, Adriane is an unwavering advocate for education in general and enjoys being active throughout the Detroit community, serving on the board of directors of the American Guild of Music and An Amazing Woman Foundation. Adriane holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Michigan.
Harley Miah is a professional in the entertainment technology industry. He is a freelance lighting programmer for a large number of nightclubs, concerts and festivals across the country, and the chief lighting designer for IKO Global Productions. Harley has designed lights for all of the shows at Outvisible since it's inception in 2016. He is also the resident lighting designer for the Open Book Theatre Company in Trenton, where he designed the lights for all the shows in Open Book’s shows and earned a Wilde Award for Best Design - Lights for his work on Red in 2015. When not working in the theater, Harley spends his time painting, building Lego stages, loitering in museums, and seeing as many shows as he can in this great theatre community we have in Southeast Michigan. He hopes you do the same.
Jeremy St. Martin
Bio coming soon.