Hello again Michigan art goers! Break is over and classes have started again. You’re back to procrastinating, partying, “studying,” and skipping class. With all of that slacking to you might forget about some of the awesome opportunities that the university provides for you to do just that. For example, my next planned procrastination is happening … Continue reading Preview: Grupo Corpo
So yeah, The Friars. I’m not exactly sure how to say this, and it kills me to do so, but this show was not all we thought it would be. I had seen some stuff from the Friars before, and I’ve seen many of the other a Capella groups on campus, but this concert did … Continue reading Review: All Fried Up?
he Friars are performing their 55th Annual Study Break Concert and I am going to be there. The Friars are a fun, energetic talented group. They are also very generous. 25% of proceeds tonight will be donated to Dance Marathon. And if you would like to help out a certain Art[seen] writer…go to the DMUM … Continue reading Preview: On the Friar(s)
What if the success or failure of your child rested on the results of a lottery? This is the question that Waiting for Superman asks you to consider as it follows the lives of several children from poor districts who hope to gain a spot in high-achieving charter schools. Of course, a child’s fate … Continue reading REVIEW: Waiting for Superman
There are not words in the English language that can adequately describe the way I feel about Gibson Fleck, an original musical written by U of M students in the department of Musical Theatre. The show made its debut last weekend in the Arthur Miller Theatre, which provided an intimate and appropriate space for the … Continue reading REVIEW: Gibson Fleck
On November 22, the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater was filled with existentialist romance novels, epic pinky swears, unicorns, samurai ducks, and, of course, oatmeal. Thanks to U of M’s MFA Creative Writing Program and 826michigan, as well as several other sponsors, students from schools all around the area got to see their plays come to life … Continue reading REVIEW: Five Bowls of Oatmeal