Community Culture

Nathan Englander on war, peace and avoiding the executable

At the end of a performance, an audience’s applause is usually directed toward the performers on stage. Often times audiences aren’t thinking, however, of the individuals behind the scenes: the composers.

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King Crimson is, and always has been, a collection of incredibly impressive musicians

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It seems than an art piece lost isn’t as painful as an art piece undiscovered.

The poetry presented wasn’t happy, but this was exactly the intention of the speakers — to spin their poetry in a positive way would be to lie about what they, as a minority, face daily. Nothing about the stereotyping of Arabs in U.S. society, and the pressure they feel to conform to these arbitrary categories, is uplifting.

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McGuire hails “Bloody Bloody” as one of the “gems of musical theatre” that went greatly under-appreciated after a short Broadway run.

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No matter the background you’re coming from, 'Blood at the Root,' promises to be hopeful and provoking.

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Combining a variety of musical styles in a unique way, Balance is comprised of two of Detroit’s newest emerging stars, Saxophonist Marcus Elliot and pianist Michael Malis.

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The event will feature performances from six premier university men’s glee clubs and choirs from across the country, as well as workshops with conductors from around the world.

While Rude Mechanicals did have some awkward moments, particularly with sound design and movement onset, this particular production of 'Equus' definitely had its moments.