Actually, there will probably be no stomping. Probably some clapping. Maybe some hoots and hollers. Our favorite Hollywood stud won’t be there either. He’s also not the dude you remember from ‘Out of Africa’. At 73, Robert Redford, the actor turned environmentalist and Sundance Film Festival creator, has decided to take his baby to the … Continue reading Preview: Robert Redford+Co. Stomp The Yard
Incredible. Absolutely unbelievable. These are words that I would use to describe Saturday night’s production of Fondly Do We Hope…Fervently Do We Pray by the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Indescribable. It really is. The show was something that you really had to be there to understand anything that I will tell you, but … Continue reading Review: Wow…Fondly…Fervently…Just Wow
…With the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. This Friday and Saturday night, Jan 22 and 23, at 8pm the show begins. Jones has put together a fantastic show commemorating the life of Abraham Lincoln and is bringing it to the Power Center. Fondly Do We Hope…Fervently Do We Pray is a theater experience that … Continue reading Preview: Dance, Dance, Dance the Night Away…
What: An exhibit of projects by U of M’s Theatre Design and Production students When: Opening Reception on Friday, January 22nd, 2010 4:30-6pm Exhibit will show January 25 – January 30 during gallery hours (12pm-6pm) Where: Duderstadt Gallery in the Duderstadt Center For just a short week, the Duderstadt Gallery will be showcasing … Continue reading Preview: UM Design and Production Students Portfolio Exhibit
They’re people. Gender, race, sexuality are only parts of who people are. We can love people for everything that they are. This is one of the main themes of Still Black: A Portrait of Black Transmen, along with loving yourself and being yourself. This documentary looks into the lives of six African American people that … Continue reading Review: Black Transmen or Just People?
It’s MLK week 2010 and a time to celebrate empowerment and equality. What Martin Luther King Jr. said in his speeches and sermons was powerful and inspiring, but not only for racial equality. His ideas and dreams were about equality for all, including those of the LGBT community. That’s why I’m choosing to attend this … Continue reading Preview: Still Black? I Think So