Performing Off-Stage

Written by John Kissane | Wednesday, 27 May 2020 23:53 |

The Diatribe opens its spoken-word workshop to all

Musical Memories

Written by Michaela Stock | Wednesday, 27 May 2020 23:44 |

Directors and Musicians Look Back on Career Highlights

Waiting in the Wings

Written by Marla R. Miller | Wednesday, 27 May 2020 23:40 |

Art museums grapple with reopening, extend exhibits

Remembering Ted Kistler

Written by John Kissane | Thursday, 30 April 2020 12:45 |

A look back on the co-founder of The New Vic Theatre

Bridging the Gap

Written by Marla R. Miller | Thursday, 30 April 2020 12:42 |

A talk with Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra’s new executive director

Cultural Consequences

Written by John Kissane | Thursday, 30 April 2020 12:27 |

Why local arts groups need our support

Virtual Virtuosos: Gilmore Keyboard Festival Is Now Online

Written by Josh Veal | Tuesday, 21 April 2020 12:27 |

When a festival that only takes place every two years was scheduled to begin at the peak of a pandemic, you don’t just throw it all away.

Losing Paradise, Finding Experience

Written by John Kissane | Wednesday, 01 April 2020 17:33 |

Actors’ Theatre retells ‘Paradise Lost’ with a modern edge

Opening the Vault

Written by Amy McNeel | Wednesday, 01 April 2020 17:28 |

Why three local art museums are revisiting their permanent collections this spring

Review: Despite everything, 'Lost in Yonkers' finds joy

Written by Marin Heinritz | Friday, 13 March 2020 12:48 |

Neil Simon is one of the most prolific and enduring American playwrights, beloved for his nostalgia, humor and witty one-liners, even winning a Pulitzer in 1991 for “Lost in Yonkers,” arguably his finest work. Farmers Alley Theatre chose that finest work as their first foray in Neil Simon material, and it’s a wonder to behold.

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