BY LENA FINKEL
For one night only, three choirs, one orchestra and over 400 musicians come together to attempt the impossible and bring Darius Milhaud’s “Oresteia of Aeschylus” trilogy to life.
BY MAX RADWIN
Even if e-readers remain prominent as their own entity, and continue to get more glamorous, user-friendly and portable, I don’t see the physical book ever falling into total obsolescence.
BY LENA FINKEL
She’s here, she’s queer, so get used to it … or at least that’s what she used to chant back in college. Gay activist and comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer will be in Ann Arbor for one night only, where she plans on watching the snow fall and reruns of “Law and Order: SVU” and possibly going to her favorite “soup place” downtown.
BY TEHREEM SAJJAD
This weekend, the School of Music, Theatre & Dance has assembled an opera performance that will be a rollercoaster ride for Ann Arbor audiences. Richard Strauss’s “Ariadne auf Naxos” first appeared at the University in 1954.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
Basement Arts’ “Gap Yah,” whose title is pronounced with the British accent of “gap year,” explores and examines the gap year experiences of one group of friends.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
Though she is still playing below the radar, at the age of 22, Emily Hearn has already opened for Darius Rucker, starred in a music video with Bill Murray and performed for a crowd of 15 thousand Girl Scouts.
BY ANNA SADOVSKAYA
But there’s something novels offer that no other type of entertainment can, and that’s the total engulfment of your life into another.
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