Review: 'Doubt' is a brilliantly written and performed drama that lingers

Written by Marin Heinritz | Monday, 11 February 2019 12:29 |

When John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer and Tony Award winning drama “Doubt: A Parable” came out amid the first of Catholic priest sex abuse revelations 15 years ago, it was powerful and shocking.

Review: MOVEMEDIA pushes boundaries and has us clamoring for more

Written by Marin Heinritz | Monday, 11 February 2019 11:24 |

In the final moments of Grand Rapids Ballet’s MOVEMEDIA: Handmade, dancers onstage transform into an underwater human merry go round. With linked arms, an outer circle moves clockwise, while an inner circle moves in the opposite direction in Nicolas Blanc’s world premiere “Aquatic Hypoxia.”

Grand Rapids Symphony Announces 90th Anniversary Season

Written by Danata Paulino | Tuesday, 05 February 2019 15:09 |

From world-class pianists to world-revered movie favorites, the Grand Rapids Symphony has thrived in bringing music to the community from all spectrums of the music genres. This year, the Grand Rapids Symphony will be celebrating 90 years of performing and have many special events planned to commemorate the anniversary.

Opera Grand Rapids cancels Sean Panikkar recital

Written by Revue Staff | Tuesday, 05 February 2019 14:31 |

Opera Grand Rapids has been forced to cancel a show two days from now, due to illness.

20 Monroe Live announces Hozier, DMX and other shows

Written by Revue Staff | Monday, 04 February 2019 15:07 |

20 Monroe Live just released multiple large events coming to the downtown Grand Rapids venue in the coming months.

William Shatner coming to DeVos Performance Hall

Written by Revue Staff | Monday, 04 February 2019 14:38 |

Star Trek fans are in for a big treat this April, when Captain Kirk comes to DeVos Performance Hall.

For 20 years, Mamma Mia! has been unavailable to local theater companies. But the time has come for troupes like Grand Rapids Civic Theatre to bring the hit musical to the stage with showstopping tunes, creative sets and lots of talent.

The art on your favorite cafe’s walls was not placed there by accident. 

Intro to H2O: Oscar Tuazon teaches through his school within a school

Written by Dana Casadei | Thursday, 31 January 2019 21:07 |

Schools and libraries go hand-in-hand, both containing and spreading knowledge far and wide. Whether it’s a university or an elementary school, the library is the well of information students can dip into at any time. The same goes for Oscar Tuazon’s Water School, coming to Michigan State University’s Broad Art Museum.

In Bloom: Red Lotus Center for the Arts showcases local artists, promotes community

Written by Marla R. Miller | Thursday, 31 January 2019 21:03 |

When artist Tanya Tice couldn’t find a piece of art to hang above her couch in her price range, she went out to the store, bought some canvas and paint and “went to town.”

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