Review: ‘A Doll’s House’ is a tremendously moving examination of love and freedom

Written by Marin Heinritz | Wednesday, 07 November 2018 11:34 |

Nora slammed the door on her husband and three children more than 140 years ago when she walked out of her married life in Henrik Ibsen’s proto-feminist masterpiece “A Doll’s House.” But now she’s back in Lucas Hnath’s critically-acclaimed and Tony Award-winning “A Doll’s House, Part 2” to answer and raise further questions in a tremendously moving yet remarkably unadorned production of the 2017 play at Farmers Alley Theatre in Kalamazoo.

A showcase of solos, marimba and tuba concertos put the spotlight on a host of West Michigan Symphony musicians during this season’s second masterworks concert.

With every Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra performance he conducts, Daniel Brier attempts to transport the audience to another realm.

Fantasy & Legacy: Muskegon Museum of Art’s fall exhibits honor local artists

Written by Marla R. Miller | Tuesday, 30 October 2018 14:04 |

Once one of the elder statesmen of Grand Rapids’ art scene, Armand Merizon continued to paint as his vision failed him, calling on instinct and experience as he put brush to canvas.

Every year, Tanglefoot creates a homecoming for the local artist community by opening its doors and welcoming everyone into its studios.

Morning with the Queens: Grand Rapids’ new show is a tableside performance

Written by Kayla Sosa | Tuesday, 30 October 2018 13:57 |

The newest morning fad is a show while you eat: Drag Brunch. Sit back with a boozy beverage and a delicious plated breakfast (or lunch) and see some of the most talented queens performing in West Michigan.

Finding Your Grail: 'Spamalot' brings musical amusement to Miller Auditorium

Written by Dana Casadei | Tuesday, 30 October 2018 13:52 |

As a sophomore in high school, Joey Fontana saw Monty Python's Spamalot at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, on the east side of the state. Now he’s part of the national tour, performing at Miller Auditorium this month.

Prescott Seymour’s life as an actor is a drag, but he isn’t complaining.

Review: ‘The Magic Flute’ is beautiful, modern, magical

Written by John Kissane | Saturday, 27 October 2018 14:39 |

To most of us, the word “opera” conjures up bored and wealthy patrons, in black tie or pearls, suffering through incomprehensible screeches: in short, nothing like a good time.

Cruisin’ Through Life: Muskegon Civic Theatre takes us for a ride

Written by Kayla Sosa | Thursday, 25 October 2018 15:00 |

She wants a new car. And in getting a new car, she finds a new life.

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