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ArtRat: A Gallery for the Community

Written by Zachary Avery | Monday, 12 December 2022 13:20 |

During this year’s recent ArtPrize festivities, visitors to the city may have noticed one additional venue added to their regular walking route: ArtRat Gallery.

Connie Han: Making Jazz Cool Again

Written by John Kissane | Friday, 02 December 2022 15:59 |

Connie Han always knew she would be a musician. “There was no debate about it,” Han told Revue.

Review: 'Mary Poppins' is Full of Magic and Joy

Written by John Kissane | Wednesday, 30 November 2022 10:49 |

Mary Poppins is one of the most iconic characters in children’s literature, having been lifted into fame by the sturdy umbrella of P.L. Travers’ 1934 novel and, thirty years later, by the Disney movie.

Filling Seats: Local Theaters' Fight to Bounce Back

Written by Marin Heinritz | Monday, 28 November 2022 10:16 |

“The show must go on,” the saying goes, and despite nearly three years navigating the twists and turns of an unpredictable, disruptive pandemic, Southwest Michigan’s dedicated local theatre professionals have proven it to be true. 

Review: Joy, Merriment and Family at 'A Swinging Christmas'

Written by Marin Heinritz | Tuesday, 22 November 2022 15:53 |

The legendary American pop and jazz singer Tony Bennett’s shimmering career has spanned 8 decades, producing 61 studio albums, 11 live albums, 33 compilation albums, and 83 singles; selling more than 50 million records worldwide; and winning 20 Grammy Awards as well as the love and admiration of legions of fellow artists, friends, and fans.

Review: Wellspring Finds Beauty in Everything with 'Little Worlds'

Written by Marin Heinritz | Monday, 21 November 2022 14:32 |

During a curtain speech before the revelation of her premiere “The Center Of . . . “, Founder and Artistic Director of Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers Cori Terry said when faced with choreographing a new piece for the first time in two and a half years for her entire company in their 42nd season she struggled with the question “How do I continue making beautiful dances when there’s so much ugliness in the world?”

Review: 'Come From Away' Gives Real Hope with Depth and Complexity

Written by Marin Heinritz | Wednesday, 09 November 2022 16:17 |

Though every worthwhile story must contain tension if not conflict and a resolution, perhaps the best stories also speak to what’s best in us—the love humanity is capable of, for example.

Renaissance Man: Jim Henson at the GRAM

Written by Zachary Avery | Monday, 31 October 2022 10:50 |

Opening its featured gallery doors to the public in early October, the Grand Rapids Art Museum is proud to display The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited, as shared by the Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI) in New York City.

Grand Rapids Ballet has shown time and time again their versatility as a skillful company rooted in classical ballet that is ever willing to branch out and push the boundaries of ballet. 

Review: Hilarious 'Tootsie' Lands Jokes with Sitcom Precision

Written by John Kissane | Thursday, 13 October 2022 12:29 |

Released in 1982, the film Tootsie has crossed the border into middle age. If you’re lucky, middle age can be the best of times: a time when, having managed to gain some wisdom, you’ve learned what you want and are no longer concerned with what you don’t. If you’re unlucky, the wheels can fall off.

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