Now Open & Coming Soon: New Restaurant and Brewery Report 2017

Written by Troy Reimink | Thursday, 30 March 2017 15:36 |

There is anxiety in Restaurant Industry Thinkpiece Land about a looming food bubble. This is the concern now trickling outward from the big cities, where some dining scenes have grown so large, so fast that there are neither enough customers nor enough qualified workers to sustain them.

Q&A: Michelle Urbane Theater Manager, GRCC’s Spectrum Theatre

Written by Kayla Tucker | Friday, 31 March 2017 09:00 |

The Spectrum Theater, located on Fountain Street in Grand Rapids Community College’s campus, houses four theater troupes and is always bustling with activity. Managing all that activity is Michelle Urbane, theater manager. On top of managing the box office, Urbane directs and performs in shows and can always be seen running from one place to the next, always with a big smile on her face. 

Four years ago, when Edye Evans Hyde started the Ebony Road Players, she didn’t know it would turn into a catalyst for social justice.

Dann Sytsma’s fixation with the word “crawlspace” led to the birth of an improv group that has become a fixture in Kalamazoo’s entertainment scene.

When Fred Sebulske founded Actors’ Theatre Grand Rapids in 1981, his mission was to provoke conversation through theater. 

Sara Daneshpour may be one of tomorrow’s stars. The Gilmore Rising Stars Series brings young and exceptional artists like the Iranian-American Daneshpour to Kalamazoo every year. First presented in 1999, the series features acclaimed pianists like Lang Lang, Jonathan Biss and Kirill Gerstein before they hit it big.

Holland Symphony Orchestra Music Director Johannes Müller-Stosch likes to give the audience something a little bit different to close out each concert series.

Piping Up: Cameron Carpenter explores the organ’s narrative

Written by Samara Napolitan | Wednesday, 29 March 2017 11:56 |

The word “spectacle” often follows Cameron Carpenter. Even when considering the sequined shoes, a $1.3 million traveling digital organ (that he designed himself) and his intellectual bravado, Carpenter insists those syllables should be rearranged to “skeptical” when referencing his work and persona. 

Best Bets: Staff picks for the cultural arts

Written by Revue Staff | Friday, 31 March 2017 09:00 |

If you can only get to one event this month, make it one of these!

Piece by Piece: Eana Agopian’s collages earn her UICA’s Fresh Pick award

Written by Marla R. Miller | Thursday, 30 March 2017 09:00 |

Ready to board a plane for Mexico last May, recent Kendall College of Art and Design graduate Eana Agopian checked her email one last time.

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