Oh, the Humanity

Written by Marla R. Miller | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 14:21 |

With 'Humanae,' SCA explores the incredible diversity and complexity of all people

Beautiful Blackness

Written by John Kissane | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 14:19 |

Two UICA exhibitions are celebrating the black experience from different perspectives

Eye Contact

Written by Josh Veal | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 14:12 |

WMCAT’s iBall supports and celebrates the organization’s extensive work in the community

‘Basic Training’ is a profound one-man tour de force

Written by Dana Casadei | Friday, 24 January 2020 15:23 |

As Kahlil Ashanti ended his first performance of Basic Training, the audience’s reaction wasn’t quite what he had been expecting.

Review: ‘Hamilton’ in Grand Rapids goes above and beyond expectations

Written by John Kissane | Friday, 24 January 2020 10:02 |

In a New Yorker profile published soon after the Public Theater’s premiere of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda discussed early theatrical influences, including Les Miserables, Cats and Phantom of the Opera. Of the latter, he said, “I saw Phantom and I was like, ‘Oh, shit!’ Because it’s about an ugly songwriter who wants to impose his will on the world. I related to that.”

Review: ‘Tick, Tick … Boom!’ explosively explores the time bomb of life

Written by Marin Heinritz | Monday, 13 January 2020 13:47 |

The Kalamazoo Civic’s production of “Tick, Tick . . . Boom!” is a blast from the past, a rocking homage to Generation X through one artist’s fear of turning 30 — entailing fears of failure, commitment, selling out, death. You know, the little things.

In the dead of winter, your soul may be yearning for some early springtime weather; with Michigan, you never know what will come. So instead of shutting yourself in and binge-watching the latest television series, join the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra for a special pint-sized concert at Bell’s Eccentric Café on January 15.

Two guitar virtuosos who first performed at The Block in Muskegon return to warm up a January weekend and play a lively and recognizable pops program with West Michigan Symphony. 

While glass is often described as a delicate property, its metamorphic nature allows artists to explore not only fragility and transparency through their work, but also resiliency and strength. Examining the innovative ways glass can be styled is A New State of Matter: Contemporary Glass, Grand Rapids Art Museum’s latest exhibition. 

“If you want Disney,” said Daina Robins, “you should go to Disney. This isn’t some saccharine fairy tale. This play is truthful.”

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