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Atran Raikany (Porky), Lillian Bishop (Oink), Emilio Rodriguez (Bacon Bits), Dick War Photo

Atran Raikany (Porky), Lillian Bishop (Oink), Emilio Rodriguez (Bacon Bits), Dick Ward (Huntsman), Paige Vanzo (Granny), and Meredith Deighton (Little Red Riding Hood) all want to punish Benjamin Deman (Wolf) for his wrong-doings.

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Actor & Philanthropist Hill Harper Joins The 2021 Reach For Hope Benefit Photo Actor & Philanthropist Hill Harper Joins The 2021 Reach For Hope Benefit
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 16, 2021

Suicide is an epidemic of epic proportions that steals the people we love and devastates families all over Detroit every single day. The Covid-19 pandemic has only made this epidemic all the more dire as those at risk have become even more isolated and disconnected from the support and help they so desperately need.

Theatre NOVA Announces Return to In-Person Productions for 2021-2022 Photo Theatre NOVA Announces Return to In-Person Productions for 2021-2022
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 17, 2021

Theatre NOVA, Ann Arbor’s resident nonprofit professional theatre, has announced its return to in-person productions.

FLINT MURAL PLAYS Kick Off The Flint Rep Summer 2021 Season Photo FLINT MURAL PLAYS Kick Off The Flint Rep Summer 2021 Season
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2021

This coming Saturday, June 5, at noon, a celebration is happening in Brush Park, Downtown Flint, as the Flint Mural Plays kicks off the Flint Rep Summer 2021 season.    

Flint Rep Announces Reimagined Season For Summer 2021 Photo Flint Rep Announces Reimagined Season For Summer 2021
by Stephi Wild - Apr 20, 2021

Flint Rep announces a new, reimagined season for the summer: FLINT REP OUTSIDE!

NALAC Catalyst For Change Grants Foster Radical Imagination And Racially Just Systems Photo NALAC Catalyst For Change Grants Foster Radical Imagination And Racially Just Systems
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 23, 2020

In partnership with the Surdna Foundation, NALAC embarks on a new grantmaking initiative to support Latinx artists working to radically imagine more racially just systems. 

Portland Playhouse Announces WONDERLAND Virtual Festival Photo Portland Playhouse Announces WONDERLAND Virtual Festival
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 17, 2020

In a time of uncertainty for the country and for the arts, Portland Playhouse put out a call to local artists to open our hearts and broaden our perspectives. The result is Wonderland, a virtual festival of four short new works that directly engage with our current socio-political landscape from the perspective of WONDER.

Black And Brown Theatre Presents New Adaptation of A CHRISTMAS CAROL Photo Black And Brown Theatre Presents New Adaptation of A CHRISTMAS CAROL
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 26, 2019

Black and Brown Theatre is proud to announce the performance dates for their newest holiday show, a?oeBlessed: A Christmas Carol Adaptationa??. The modern retelling is written by Julianna Gonzalez, directed by Kennikki Jones-Jones and stars Sasha Joelle Johnson as the iconic villain-turned-hero, Ebony Scrooge. 

Theatre NOVA Calls for Submissions for Michigan Playwrights Festival Photo Theatre NOVA Calls for Submissions for Michigan Playwrights Festival
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 15, 2019

After the success of Theatre NOVA's inaugural Michigan Playwrights Festival four years ago, the theatre is continuing its semi-annual tradition and announcing a call for submissions for this season's festival of new plays by Michigan playwrights. The next festival will run April 22-26, 2020. The deadline for submissions is January 1, 2020.

Theatre NOVA announces its Michigan Playwrights Festival Photo Theatre NOVA announces its Michigan Playwrights Festival
by Julie Musbach - Sep 25, 2019

Theatre NOVA, Ann Arbor's professional theatre with an exclusive focus on new plays and playwrights, presents their semi-annual Michigan Playwrights Festival, now in its fifth year. Four new full-length plays and five 10-minute plays, all by Michigan playwrights, will be given readings October 23-27, 2019.

Black And Brown Theatre Presents ONCE UPON A RHYME: THE FROG PRINCE Photo Black And Brown Theatre Presents ONCE UPON A RHYME: THE FROG PRINCE
by Julie Musbach - Sep 3, 2019

This fall, Black and Brown Theatre, a 501c3 non-profit theatre company in Detroit creating professional opportunities for theatre artists of color while celebrating the diversity of the city, will present their adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale The Frog Prince.

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Cara Mía Theatre Announces Upcoming Season VideoCara Mía Theatre Announces Upcoming Season
by Julie Musbach - Jul 9, 2019

Cara Mia Theatre's 24th anniversary season will be the most diverse and inclusive season in the company's history, according to Executive Artistic Director David Lozano.

Black And Brown Theatre's OUR VOICES Showcases Professional Actors Performing Student VideoBlack And Brown Theatre's OUR VOICES Showcases Professional Actors Performing Student Plays
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 12, 2019

Black and Brown Theatre is elated to host its first public performance of the Our Voices Project, a unique program in which students write their own short plays and direct adult professional actors in performances of the work.   The Our Voices program launched in 2018 at Mumford High School and has since expanded to GEE White Academy. This past spring, the program reached outside of schools and was brought to the Toledo Correctional Facility. This fall the program the will have a public workshop at Literati in Ann Arbor. Black and Brown Theatre will head to Toronto, Canada this month to present on the project at the Children, Youth and Performance Conference.