Brandon Flowers, lead singer of The Killers, has officially begun his solo career with the release of Flamingo. It’s clear from the very first song that he hasn’t strayed too far from The Killers’ sound – “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” opens with a sound that could be pulled from any one of their four … Continue reading REVIEW: Brandon Flowers, “Flamingo”
When something new is tried for the first time, there are many expectations. And since in today’s world, it takes a lot to even make us look- let alone sit in one place for more than a hour, playwrights have to resort to a lot of tricks. But sometimes, as a playwright, you just have … Continue reading Review: Su…su..rrus… gone with the wind!
I’m sure you’ve seen the flyers around campus. I almost felt deja vu until I recalled in disappointment the night that never was. It wouldn’t have been so bad if I could have found my tickets to get a refund but I spent the rest of my months blocking it out of memory until recently … Continue reading PREVIEW: An Evening with Broken Social Scene Pt. 2
First time I became a big fan of Johnny Cash’s (and of course June’s) music was after seeing “Walk the line”. I still love the song “walk the line” a lot! And so when I heard that Rosanne Cash is going to be performing at the Hill Auditorium tonight, I was thrilled. Rosanne Cash’s “The … Continue reading Preview: Rosanne Cash at the Hill Auditorium
What better way to kickstart another lovely school year than by “participating” a truly novel concept for theatre – David Leddy’s Susurrus. This play is literally a walk around the park! Using the lovely landscape of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens as well as the latest technology, David Leddy’s play involves the audience in the fullest … Continue reading Preview: Susurrus….
Our [art]seen bloggers are University of Michigan students who review arts events on and around campus, sharing their thoughts and experiences on live music, film screenings, dance performances, theatre productions and art exhibitions. If you’re a U-M student interested in becoming a regular blogger, there may be a position available to get paid for your blogs! … Continue reading Welcome to [art]seen!