December 01 2020

You can watch A Charlie Brown Christmas only so many times, so here’s some new holiday entertainment to get excited about: virtual

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November 01 2020

A homeless woman’s 20-year quest to right a social wrong is the focus of The Conviction of Lady Lorraine, an original one-woman te

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September 01 2020

If you can’t come to the theater, let the theater come to you.

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March 01 2020

Belonging, community and family are the themes at the heart of Tribes, to be staged by University Theatre March 13-22 at Western M

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May 01 2019

The rivalry between the two most important women of the cosmetics industry from the 1930s to the 1960s — Elizabeth Arden and Helena Ruben

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February 01 2019

Love and a tropical island: a perfect combination for February.

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January 01 2019

You’re turning 30, watching your friends making big bucks while you are waiting tables trying to write the Great American Musical.

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January 01 2019

Described as “motherhood in stories and song,” the Farmers Alley Theatre production of Does Anybody Have a Map?

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July 01 2018

The play that inspired a phrase that a lot of us use to describe our Monday mornings will be staged in several area parks in Kalamazoo an

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June 01 2018

You don’t have to be the nicest kid in town to enjoy the Barn Theatre’s production of Hairspray, a musical set in the early ‘60s

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