If West Michigan native and rising Nashville prodigy Billy Strings is thankful for only one thing this Thanksgiving, it’s that he’ll finally get to spend at least one night back home. 

There are many strange stories about how bands catch a break, but it doesn’t get stranger than the story of Post Animal. 

A Roundup of Openings, Closings and other Local Business News

What's going on: November 2018

Written by Compiled byRevue Staff | Monday, 29 October 2018 15:16 |

Here are our best bets for November 2018, with comedy, music, drinks and more.

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.

Review: MOMIX shows off the tremendous ability of the human body

Written by Marin Heinritz | Tuesday, 23 October 2018 13:19 |

Though it has been 37 years since Moses Pendleton, co-founder of Pilobolus Dance Theater, created MOMIX, the company of self-described dancer-illusionists, they continue to be in a league of their own in terms of true dance innovation, as proven in their recent performance of “Opus Cactus” at the Wharton Center in Lansing.

Review: ‘Wild Sweet Love’ is a brilliant season kickoff

Written by Marin Heinritz | Tuesday, 23 October 2018 12:57 |

There is no art form better suited to expressing romantic love than classical ballet. And in “Wild Sweet Love,” Grand Rapids Ballet’s glorious season opener, the company shows its range and skill as an ensemble as well as tremendous individual artists exploring the many facets of romance and ballet itself.

The Grand Awards Goes Out With a Bang

Written by Kayla Sosa | Tuesday, 23 October 2018 11:25 |

Sunday night, the Grand rapids theater community rallied together for the last Grand Awards at Fountain Street Church. Coming out dressed to the nines, loud and full of joy, everyone was there to have a good night.

Review: 'Miz Martha' expertly speaks to the frustration of black oppression

Written by Kayla Sosa | Thursday, 11 October 2018 16:25 |

Seats were filled at the opening night Wednesday of “The Most Spectacularly Lamentable Trial of Miz Martha Washington” - or “Miz Martha” for short - produced by Ebony Road Players, Grand Rapids’ self-proclaimed black theater company.

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