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Coming Home: The Return of Filmmaking in West Michigan

Written by Zachary Avery | Monday, 19 September 2022 11:41 |

The Grand Rapids Film Festival is back. After a short hiatus due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and a scaled-down appearance at last year’s ArtPrize, the folks at GRFF are excited to continue providing a necessary launchpad for artists and filmmakers in West Michigan, and one that they’ve been hosting now for over a decade.

Artist Feature: Elliot Chaltry

Written by Josh Veal | Monday, 12 September 2022 09:51 |

Not only is Elliot Chaltry’s art boldly unique, but his journey isn’t exactly typical either.

Review: Circle Theatre's 'Little Shop of Horrors' is a Unique, Joyful Musical

Written by John Kissane | Friday, 09 September 2022 13:17 |

The 1982 musical Little Shop of Horrors could not be made today, but I’m not 100% convinced that it could have been made in 1982, either, at least not on Earth.

Performance Plus: Festival of the Arts Branches Out

Written by Josh Veal | Tuesday, 06 September 2022 09:17 |

With the arrival of Performance+, Festival of the Arts isn’t just one weekend anymore.

Artist Feature: Jeff Ham

Written by Josh Veal | Tuesday, 06 September 2022 09:15 |

Jeff Ham didn’t grow up with pottery, but it’s been his professional life for the last five years.

Review: Barn Theatre's 'Young Frankenstein' is Musical, Comedic Gold

Written by Marin Heinritz | Wednesday, 31 August 2022 16:34 |

“Oh, sweet mystery of life, at last I’ve found you!” sings the young Dr. Frankenstein’s adorable madcap fiancée in a most hilarious and profound climactic moment of passion.

Review: 'Little Shop of Horrors' is the Ultimate Way End to Your Summer

Written by Marin Heinritz | Friday, 26 August 2022 16:54 |

The musical “Little Shop of Horrors” originated 40 years ago as a quirky idea nobody but its creator thought would work.

Art, Banned Books + Coffee

Written by Claire Chapin | Monday, 22 August 2022 10:00 |

A coffee shop can be so much more than a place to drink coffee.

Summer Crop: Barn Theatre

Written by John Kissane | Monday, 22 August 2022 09:51 |

At first, to Penelope Baxter Ragotzy, Barn Theatre was just a name on a T-shirt. Ragotzy was a student at San Jose State University, where she studied under Donnamarie “Dusty” Reeds. Reeds wore the shirt, which advertised a theater near Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Review: Shakespeare is Downright Fun in ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’

Written by Josh Veal | Thursday, 18 August 2022 10:48 |

Gene Wolfe wrote that an exaggerated solemnity always indicates a lack of faith. Such solemnity can often be found among pilgrims traveling to the highest slopes of Mount Art. 

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