Flournoy's extensive research and intuitive understanding of the city's varied perspectives enriches her writing.
Digital communication can be lost at the first hint of water damage or inexplicable shutdown, but there is permanence in pen and ink.
Although Tamblyn is privileged in a way that by no means represents the majority of women to which she speaks, she writes from an honest place.
This weekend, the School of Music, Theater & Dance presents Bruce Norris’ “Clybourne Park,” a spin-off to the well-known “A Raisin in the Sun” by Lorraine Hansberry.
Brown feels this piece in particular offers entry points for audience members to see their stories, whether or not they are Black or female, or even “dancers.”
His style is offbeat and challenging, but undeniably funny.
Opera singer Petrus and her accompanying pianist Lydia Qiu will be performing at Britton Recital Hall on Friday, February 12, and at the Detroit Opera House for a Valentine’s Concert on Sunday, February 14.
I realize the phenomenon of the introverted thespian is arising — and it’s an interesting one.
Leslie Bassett focused on the good things amongst the bad and approached everything in life with care and compassion.
“What Belongs to You” has been incredibly well received, with The New York Times regarding it as “an instant classic.”