BY KATHLEEN DAVIS
What sets “Doing White Nights” apart from the myriad of shows that grace Ann Arbor each year is that from beginning to end, the play has been completely student run and organized.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
Great theater is the result of a core concept that performers and directors add personal touches to. For the RC Players, Amy Herzog’s play “The Great God Pan” provides an opportunity to add some new twists to an already dynamic piece.
BY GILLIAN JAKAB
In an era when every neighborhood has its own film festival and every freshman has made a film, it’s right to celebrate one of the pioneers, The Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF), bringing us the finest in film fare for 52 years.
BY JAMIE BIRCOLL
But Cross’s main point, which he is careful to stress, is that Cobain never conformed to society’s standards even as society tried to morph those standards around him. His music is his legacy, but his lasting impact stems from the subtext of his life: be yourself, live fully, love everyone.
BY ALEX BERNARD
True, poor young adult novels are written every year. But remember, bad books are published in every genre, not just in teen fiction. Flat characters, shallow plot, and choppy prose are a result of poor writing, NOT the protagonist’s age.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
This Friday, UMS will welcome Pakistani cultural icon, Asif Ali Khan, at the Hill Auditorium for a performance where he and a group of musicians will showcase an Islamic art form called qawwali.
BY JOHN BOHN
“A Lover’s Discourse,” performed in Kerrytown Concert House, creates a more intimate and inclusive space between performer and audience.
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