Theater

Master Arts Theatre and Van Singel Fine Arts Center collaborate to present community theater.  We talk about the partnership and show opening of Willie Wonka the Musical Thursday night. Sara Pass and Tim Van Bruggen are our guests.

Grand Rapids Civic Theater

The Grand Rapids Civic Theatre presents Annie, opening this Friday night. What makes each production special? We ask those involved, including Noddea Skidmore and Catherine Dreher.

Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company presents King Lear, opening at the Dog Story Theatre on November 10. We have actors in studio to talk about it.

Noises Off at FHC

Nov 3, 2017

Forest Hills Central High School presents Noises Off. We speak with guests from FHC theatre.

Actors Theatre presents Passing Strange, a daring musical taking you on a journey across boundaries of place, and theatrical convention. We discuss with cast/crew in studio.

Actors' Theatre

Oct 12, 2017

Actors’ Theatre presents The Nether,  a Michigan premiere of this sci-fi detective drama  We talk to members of the cast and crew.

Grand Rapids Civic Theater

The Grand Rapids Civic Theatre presents a special performance of Seussical the Musical, a low sensory night. We talk to Pam Liggett of ASK and Alyson Paris.

Detroit '67

Oct 2, 2017

Ebony Road Players presents Detroit 67, a play by Dominique Morisseau, Winner of the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History.  We talk to Edye Evans Hyde of Ebony Road Players and Site Lab's Paul Amenta.

Patrick Ziegler

Sep 11, 2017

Patrick Ziegler returns to the show to talk about his Artist's Way class with Actors’ Theatre in Grand Rapids this Thursday.

grcity.us / City of Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority approved the mixed-use development project featuring a movie theater complex.

If all goes as planned, the $140 million mixed-use project could break ground later this year. Celebration Cinema is investing $100 million devoted to a multi-screen movie theater called Studio C! located within the Arena South District at Oakes and Cherry Streets.

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