This constant motion, a pursuit of restlessness and slight discomfort supports Hayes’s philosophy as a teacher of poetry.
With current tensions surrounding the Muslim community at the University, Ping Chong + Company could not come to Ann Arbor at a better time.
This Saturday, the UMMA@SMTD partnership series will present “Elevation: New Heights in the Concert Hall,” featuring the exhibit “The Aesthetic Movement in America: Artist of the Photo Secession.”
Slowing down doesn’t mean falling into a trap of laziness or apathy; rather, it is finding the form of genuine and honest rest.
The play is a wild spectacle, full of song, dance and “Simpsons” references.
Technical and musical aspects alone are not enough to create an extraordinary performance.
The Department of Musical Theater steps back from the glitz for Shakespeare’s "The Winter’s Tale."
When Quinn O’Connor — a freshman and new member — stood up with a straight face and said, “I like my man like I like my hat: sitting on my face,” I knew I was in the right place.
Monday night, Kitamura will converse about her new novel “A Separation.” Joining her will be author and University of Michigan professor, Natalie Bakopoulos, who is a graduate of the MFA program at Michigan.
Wright, who has been cracking people up on stage for over three decades, is most known for his signature deadpan, monotone delivery, which almost seems to border on indifference.