Arts & Entertainment

Published May 8, 2018

ST. CLAIR SHORES — The best things come to those who wait, but music aficionados won’t have to wait as long for their free summer concerts to start each week in Veterans Memorial Park.

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Published May 8, 2018

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DETROIT — It’s a symbol of the city that is seen everywhere, and that’s exactly what acclaimed artist Marshall M. Fredericks intended when he created the iconic “The Spirit of Detroit” sculpture.

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Published May 7, 2018

BLOOMFIELD HILLS — Bloomfield Hills High School is taking audiences back to the 1940s with a little music, a little comedy and a lot of murder. The drama students of BHHS will be performing the slapstick comedy “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940” May 10-12. Shows will be staged at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are available at etix.com or at the door. Adult tickets cost $15, and student tickets cost $12.

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Published May 1, 2018

ROCHESTER — This summer, downtown Rochester will head back to its roots with the return of two former events. Rochester Downtown Development Authority Director Kristi Trevarrow said the Principal Shopping District will be bringing back Junk in the Trunk and Dancin’ in the Street.

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Published May 1, 2018

TROY — Sean Gaskell will bring his music and will discuss the history of the West Africa kora during a performance at the Troy Public Library at 1 p.m. May 5 as part of a new concert series at the library.

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Published May 1, 2018

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DETROIT — Even if the weather doesn’t cooperate, you’ll still be able to enjoy baseball in Detroit this summer. Until Sept. 16, the Detroit Institute of Arts is offering “Play Ball: Baseball at the DIA.” The exhibition — which is included with regular museum admission and is therefore free to residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties — features baseball art, baseball cards and memorabilia, much of which is connected to the Detroit Tigers.

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Published April 30, 2018

BIRMINGHAM — Once the cards have been opened, the macaroni necklaces have been put on and the mimosa glasses have been emptied — and then refilled and emptied again — it’s time to head over to Birmingham’s favorite Mother’s Day tradition: the annual Art Birmingham fair.

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Published April 27, 2018

WEST BLOOMFIELD — The Jewish Ensemble Theatre is moving its main stage to a new location for its 2018-19 season.

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Published April 25, 2018

HAZEL PARK — The city of Hazel Park is home to many artists, and more and more, the city has been highlighting their works. Sometimes the shows are more appropriate for an adult crowd, but a show coming soon to the Hazel Park District Library promises to be appropriate for all ages.Read More

Published April 25, 2018

SOUTHFIELD — A combination of public art and community involvement, the Photo Prize contest will return this year after its inaugural run in 2017.

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Published April 25, 2018

FARMINGTON HILLS — You don’t have to be a child to enjoy the Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast,” though you might have been when you first watched the film nearly 30 years ago in 1991.

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Published April 24, 2018

ROCHESTER — The Paint Creek Center for the Arts’ third exhibition of the year, “Future in the Arts: Form, Function and Design,” continues to highlight working artists and career paths in the arts.

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Published April 24, 2018

ROYAL OAK — More than 600 glass pieces will be on display from artists from all over the world at the 46th annual International Glass Invitational at Habatat Galleries in Royal Oak April 28.

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Published April 24, 2018

BEVERLY HILLS — On April 22, Detroit Country Day School showed off its students’ talent and demonstrated what they have learned in their time at the school with its annual Celebrate the Arts program.

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Published April 20, 2018

WARREN — If anything in this world can prepare you for the heat of a comedic roast at your expense, it just might be a baseball locker room. The language is salty, the humor is dry, and the level of discomfort rises with each brutal jab, as the lines between ribbing and ripping are blurred in waves of laughter — or worse, awkward silence.  

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Published April 19, 2018

MOUNT CLEMENS — The Anton Art Center is offering a series of free art workshops this spring and summer to those living with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.

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Published April 18, 2018

enson High School hopes to prove that “Blonde” audiences indeed have more fun.

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Published April 18, 2018

Tunes from such musicals as “Porgy and Bess,” “Oliver,” “Cats,” “Gypsy,” “Les Misérables” and “Rent” will be performed during the Madison Chorale’s spring concert series, titled “Playing Broadway!” 

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Published April 17, 2018

GROSSE POINTE PARK — The days of hanging out at the local record shop, flipping through bins to track down the latest find, and chatting with the clerk behind the counter about your favorite bands has returned.

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Published April 17, 2018

GROSSE POINTES — Some school events are on the horizon that promise to entertain, benefit students and bring together community members.

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Upcoming Events

Bloomfield Township
'Detecting Life Beyond Earth' 
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Bloomfield Township Senior Center
Grosse Pointe City
Music on the Plaza concert
7-8:30 p.m.
The Village of Grosse Pointe
St. Clair Shores
Folk music performance
7-8:30 p.m.
Selinsky-Green Farmhouse Museum
Warren
'Nunsense' performance
2 p.m.
Warren Community Center
Rochester Hills
Performances of 'Macbeth'
8 p.m.
Rochester College

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