No Exit

Three people ponder each other and eternity when Underground Theatre presents a masterpiece by Jean Paul-Sartre.

 

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Mozart's Gran Partita

Enjoy one of the great works for winds, performed by members of the Detroit Medical OrchestraRoyal Oak Symphony, and the Spectrum Orchestra this Wednesday.

 

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Kudos Kresge Arts Honorees

Kresge Arts in Detroit announced 18 artists will receive 2019 Kresge Artist Fellowships and two artists will receive Gilda Awards.

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Humble and Human

In honor of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr., the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery of Buffalo present exquisite masterpieces of Impressionism. Opens Wednesday at your DIA.

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MOBIG River Blast!

The Music on Belle Isle Group kicks off its 2nd annual band concert series Sunday on Belle Isle State Park.

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Mozart’s Gran Partita
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Enjoy one of the finest pieces for winds in the classic repertoire when members of three…

Pebble Creek Chamber Orchestra: Kaleidoscope
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The Berman Center for the Performing Arts presents Pebble Creek Chamber Orchestra: Kaleidoscope. Spanning music from…

No Exit
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The Underground Student Theatre Company presents “No Exit” by Jean Paul-Sartre and adapted from the…

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
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Described as “an attempt to stage 30 plays in 60 minutes,” UnTheatre Company presents “Too…

Michigan Jazz Festival @ 25
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The historic 25th annual Michigan Jazz Festival is fast approaching. Presented by Schoolcraft College, MJF25…

Jazzin’ at the Vanity Jazz & Blues Festival
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Enjoy some of the finest music on the planet at the 2019 Vanity Jazz &…

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