McGuire hails “Bloody Bloody” as one of the “gems of musical theatre” that went greatly under-appreciated after a short Broadway run.
No matter the background you’re coming from, 'Blood at the Root,' promises to be hopeful and provoking.
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.
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.
Al-Saadi is the real deal: He’s a showman, he’s got real talent, he’s his own artist.
The parallels to today could not be clearer: it’s about the disconnect between the haves and have-nots, the petty problems of the aristocracy in the midst of massive economic downturns.
The play revolves around four characters who each provide different perspectives on topics of identity and understanding the impact of their Jewish roots.
The show tells stories about soldiering by traveling through history through music.
I believe any space can be a venue. Any space can be used to showcase art, and Ann Arbor knows it.