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Dance Theatre Of Harlem: An Unforgettable Experience

Written by John Kissane | Thursday, 20 January 2022 16:45 |

Years ago, Muskegon’s Frauenthal Center welcomed to its stage The Dance Theatre of Harlem. The organization was founded in 1969 by Arthur Mitchell,a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet and protégé of the famed George Balanchine.

Review: Enter a Hallmark Movie with Barn Theatre's Christmas Cabaret

Written by Marin Heinritz | Thursday, 16 December 2021 21:29 |

This Christmas may feel different than years past, but it’s still the most wonderful time of the year at the Barn Theatre where it’s festive and joyful as all get out with the return of their Christmas Cabaret, a delightful performance to complete their marvelous 75th anniversary season.

Goodbye Season Tickets, Hello Affordability & Flexibility

Written by Sponsored Content | Wednesday, 01 December 2021 13:15 |

Are you a supporter of the performing arts but struggle with the affordability of season tickets? What about the dreaded commitment to purchasing tickets for performance dates months in advance?

Jewish Theatre GR: Five Plays For Eight Nights

Written by John Kissane | Wednesday, 01 December 2021 12:54 |

To tire of talking lobsters is to tire of life. Thankfully, Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids retains its youthful energy.

Review: Wellspring Shows the Power of Change with 'Unbound'

Written by Marin Heinritz | Monday, 22 November 2021 09:50 |

Two and a half weeks before Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers opened their first live, in-person performance since before the pandemic, one of the dancers tested positive for COVID-19, causing them to scrap one of the central dances they’d been rehearsing for “Unbound,” their fall concert of dance that opened Friday.

It’s been more than five years since the original Murder for Two, the musical murder mystery featuring more than a dozen characters but only two actors and a singular piano, wowed Kalamazoo audiences as part of the Gilmore Keyboard Festival with the high-octane, madcap, vaudevillian, award-winning comedy.

Farmers Alley Theatre: Slay Bells

Written by John Kissane | Monday, 01 November 2021 11:53 |

In 2016, Murder For Two ran at Farmers Alley Theatre, in Kalamazoo. The musical, which centered (antically) on a detective’s interrogation of thirteen suspects, was a hit; co-founder and artistic director Jeremy Koch told me that it is among the theater’s most requested re-stagings.

Review: Barn Theatre's 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' Is One for the Ages

Written by Marin Heinritz | Saturday, 23 October 2021 13:19 |

The Barn Theatre in Augusta is making people’s dreams come true in bringing their magnificent, fan-favorite rendition of cult-classic “The Rocky Horror Show” to the stage just in time for Halloween.

Review: 'Off the Canvas' is a Triumphant Return to the Stage

Written by Marin Heinritz | Sunday, 17 October 2021 15:13 |

The idea of transforming visual art into an immersive experience is not new, and the tremendous success of the touring Van Gogh Immersive Experiences recently is but one extraordinary example.

Review: 'Songs for a New World' Offers Hope When We Need It Most

Written by Marin Heinritz | Monday, 11 October 2021 12:47 |

Though first appearing Off-Broadway in 1995, Jason Robert Brown’s “Songs for a New World” feels aptly named now, especially in its beautiful form as the first show at Farmers Alley Theatre in 600-or-so days since the pandemic shut them down.

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