You might be wondering..."Why Stone's Throw Theater?"
When visiting Lapeer, Michigan the home of our little musical theater company you will discover the meaning of it all.
Folklore claims Lapeer was derived from the naming of the south branch of the Flint River, which flows northwestward in Lapeer County. French and Indian traders frequently passed over this section of the county and through the river, ultimately naming the city for the stone that lay at the river bottom. In French, stone is called "la pierre"; the English pronunciation of these words gives Lapeer.
Located 60 minutes north of the Motor City, 45 minutes from the Canadian Border and a short 20 minutes drive from Flint, Michigan, you can see - we're only a stone's throw away.