Community Culture


If dance is the art form that makes your heart sing, consider the School of Music, Theatre & Dance’s “hand&hand” Senior BFA showcase.

Opera House

Constructing spaces like this is what keeps Dykers excited about his job.

"Let the Right One In"

The production was dark, both physically and conceptually.

Aida Cuevas at Hill

With her impressive vocal range and ability to project emotion so clearly in her voice, Cuevas is a distinctive artist and important figure in Mexican music.

The Czech Philharmonic

From the bold opening moments of the first movement to the triumphant conclusion of the unexpectedly slow finale, this was a masterful performance by an orchestra in prime performance.


The G-Men present “G-Fest 2018” this Friday at Rackham Auditorium.

Illustration by Sadhana Ramaseshadri

Music isn’t divorced from culture — every style of music has a history behind it, and without understanding this history you can’t fully understand and appreciate what you are consuming.


When you’re sharing a piece of art that you’ve put your passion and heart into — a vulnerable act for most people — being rejected can seem like a personal attack.

The Drama Book Shop

I’ve held back tears more than once thinking of one of my favorite places in the world closing its doors.

"The Stone Witch"

Last weekend, I ventured down to a part of Ann Arbor I’ve never been to before. Another Daily Arts Writer joined me, and though it was tough to find, we were determined to watch “The Stone Witch” for its opening night at Ann Arbor’s new venue, Theatre Nova.