Community Culture

For the 25th anniversary of the University Musical Society’s lauded dance series, something special was in order.

The Department will be performing a 1999 translation and adaptation by James Magruder for the Yale Repertory Theater.

It’s very exciting that this weekend Ann Arbor will have an opportunity to consume a tremendous quantity of local art, gathered to a single place as part of the Threads All Arts Festival.

ASA links generations to celebrate what it means, has meant and will one day mean to be part of a vibrant African community.

They may sound like squirrels, but vegans are slowly but surely taking over the world.

The lights are beating down as Ross senior Lauren Barrett and her teammates in Midnight Book Club stand frozen in place on stage. Sweat drips down her face as the person whose hands fatefully clapped moments before carefully decides how he or she will approach the situation.

His career has spanned not only continents, but genres.

Marten aims to get her audience to think and talk about their memories of sex and to “take sex out of the dark.”

From March 24-27, The School of Music, Theatre & Dance will put on a production of Mozart’s last great opera, “Così Fan Tutte” at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Those who attend Prism’s Saturday concert will witness a broad collection of musical styles, as it is a program designed to break the oft-found stylistic unanimity common in classical music concerts.