BY JOHN BOHN
“A Lover’s Discourse,” performed in Kerrytown Concert House, creates a more intimate and inclusive space between performer and audience.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
The 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibitions show the ways in which the program's soon-to-be graduates have come to conclusions of wide artistic, political and social importance for often intimately personal questions.
BY ANNA SADOVSKAYA
The University Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Choir, University Choir, and Orpheus Singers will perform a program filled with pre- and post-war compositions, highlighting the tumultuous time.
BY NICK WILLIAMS
Over his 71-year career, Brooks has done everything from directing for the Royal Shakespeare Company in London, with set designs from Salvador Dali, to staging Richard Strauss’ Salome, to most recently working with Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
While the show may touch seniors as they prepare to depart from the University, many will find the show to be a comical and wildly entertaining tale.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
So whether you’re interested in caustic wit akin to that of the “Algonquin Round Table,” or perhaps something more in a satiric comedy of manners, “Hay Fever” has it all and can maybe even teach you a little something about humor.
BY GILLIAN JAKAB
Compagnie Käfig is sharing two pieces with us here in Ann Arbor as part of UMS’s winter season. The combinations of these dance and movement traditions from around the world, paired with core human themes, create something beyond identification.
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