Our mission was to provide opportunities for women in theatre and to promote female artists and artisans.​
A goal of our mission was to present programming centered around women and their interests and issues, and to both develop and fulfill the need for a sense of community, artistic outlet, and employment opportunities for women in the theatre. All funds raised went directly into maintaining the theatre and contributing to charitable organizations centered on women, children and family.

What happened to Two Muses Theatre?  One of the co-founders of Two Muses Theatre who had quit the company at the beginning of our fourth season in 2014, filed suit against the company in March of 2016. As a result of that lawsuit, along with considerable negligence and malpractice on the part of our attorneys, we were put in the position of having to settle due to a Case Evaluation that occurred without our knowledge. Two Muses Theatre will most likely be forced into bankruptcy as a result of this lawsuit. The case is #16-C01805-GC. Barbara Weisserman vs Two Muses Theatre, Inc. and Diane Hill, Defendants. It is a matter of public record, so interested parties can look at the file at the 52-1 District Court in Novi. 

Two Muses finds new location in Waterford theater

by Mike Koury, C & G Newspapers

Two Muses Takes a Bow, Hopes for Encore

by Tiffany Essaki, C & G Newspapers

Two Muses Cast Strong Females on Stage

by Hillary Brody, IXITI, August 25, 2015

Here's our cable show promoting Two Muses Theatre and our mission to provide opportunities for women in theatre. It features Artistic Director, Diane Hill, along with actor, Connie Cowper, and the final cast of Love, Loss and What I Wore.  June, 2014