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Walking into The Ringwald last night, I'll admit I was a little frightened. Being told "there are two intermissions" for "A Streetcar Named Desire" can be a bit daunting to a 21st century theater-goer. But from the moment I stepped into the theater space, I knew that I was in for something special. READ MORE.
Following Michigan Opera Theatre's successful staging last month of fan-favorite "La Boheme," the prospect of a multi-lingual opera about the Holocaust might seem daunting - except to those who know the back-story and brief performance story of "The Passenger," which shall go down in MOT history as perhaps the best production they have ever mounted. READ MORE.
"Relationships are the story you tell each other about yourself," said Dan Walker, producing director at Theatre Nova. And "Bright Half Life" is the innovative story about relationships that the theater is telling to audiences this month. The new play by Tanya Barfield is having its Michigan premiere, following a February debut at the Women's Project Theater in New York. READ MORE.
Madcap antics, high-energy dance and a toe-tapping musical score compose the perfect formula for a musical comedy to kick off Stagecrafters' award-winning 2015-16 Main Stage series. READ MORE.
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