Halloween Concert – Costumes Galore! University Symphony Orchestra and University Philharmonic Orchestra Program: March of the Little Goblins —————————————— Adam Glaser Overture to Die Fledermaus (The Bat) —————————– Johann Strauss, Jr. Night on Bald Mountain ———————————————Modest Mussorgsky The Fairy Garden from Mother Goose —————————-Maurice Ravel Funeral March of the Marionettes ———————————Charles Gounod Storm from Peter … Continue reading REVIEW: Halloween Concert 10/25
Who doesn’t love a free event? If you have some downtime this Wednesday and you’re an Ingrid Michaelson fan be sure to stop by Borders on State street for a good old time. Borders offers many great and free events so if you’ve never been to a “Live at 01” event, I’d be sure to … Continue reading Preview: Free Ingrid Michaelson Performance and Signing!
Yes! Yes! Yes! DKR gives yet another spectacular performance. I think that by the end of the night, everyone who attended had a crush on at least one of the dancers. My crush is on A-train, who’s birthday was actually the day of the show. “A” received a good spanking for each year of his … Continue reading Review: Drag King Rebellion Strikes Again
PREVIEW: Halloween Concert Date: Sunday, Oct 25th, 2009 Location: Hill Auditorium Time: 4pm and 7:30pm Link to buy tickets online: http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?organ_val=3456&month_value=9¤t_year=2009 $12/$8 Also sold at the league ticket office Take a break from homework and get in the Halloween spirit! This spooky concert will be performed by the University Symphony Orchestra and the University Philharmonic … Continue reading PREVIEW: Halloween Concert
Of course you do, or at least you will once you go see them! They are only the most amazing Gender Performance group ever to hit Ann Arbor! DKR, or Drag King Rebellion, uses the power of music and dance expression to entertain and educate. Each dancer brings their own unique character to the performance … Continue reading Preview: Does Anyone Know Who DKR Is?
Well if you do (or even if you don’t), you should go see “Love’s Labour’s Lost” performed by a cast all the way from London. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre of London delivered a remarkable portrayal of Shakespeare’s classic comedy. Even those who have trouble with Shakespearean terminology will laugh through the entire performance. The play is … Continue reading Review: Does Anyone Speak “Shakespeare”?