BY LENA FINKEL
“The Manganiyar Seduction” hopes to transport audience members into a place where the traditional tunes of the Indian musicians, the Manganiars, meet the bright visuals of Amsterdam’s red light district.
BY MAX RADWIN
Beyond the obscure references that subscript a political panel, or the weird little doodles that appear on the corner of pages in The New Yorker, Liza Donnelly recognizes the cartoon’s cultural relevance and longevity.
BY ANNA SADOVSKAYA
Speaking a new language, however, is difficult. It’s an increasingly frustrating relationship between your mind, your tongue and your memory. Too afraid to make a mistake and say something stupid, most opt out of saying anything.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
Until his stunt in Central Park, I had never heard of Banksy. I had seen some prints of his artwork (most memorable being a copy of his lesbian Queen Victoria print on a flyer in a dorm bathroom last year), but I never knew who the man behind the spray can was.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
Intimidating as “Lear” may seem, the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre is ready to perform it in all its moral complexities, with a cast of 11 actors playing all the characters in the ensemble-driven production.
BY TEHREEM SAJJAD
Though he didn’t originally plan to participate in “American Idol,” Cook has high regard for the show and appreciates where it has gotten him today.
BY GILLIAN JAKAB
Once reviled in fine arts circles as the pole dancing of its day, Burlesque has enjoyed a nostalgic revival as a high art form, celebrated in feature films, repertory houses, performance troupes and literature.
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