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A ‘Traviata’ to cherish
November 17, 2013
By Michael H. Margolin The second outing for Michigan Opera Theatre in this, the 43rd season, is the sublime "La Traviata" of Giuseppe Verdi. Pronounce...
The truth, the whole truth, the ugly, ugly truth – at UDM
November 16, 2013
By Carolyn Hayes Pick at a scab long enough, and you'll uncover the wound. "This Is How it Goes," by Neil LaBute, is no stranger...
Time to ‘Defend’ the caveman
November 15, 2013
By Dana Casadei Yesterday afternoon I got coffee with one of my best girlfriends. First thing she said, "You look cute!" We then proceeded to...
They’ll have you dancing all night at the Fisher
November 06, 2013
<HEADLINE > By Dana Casadei As the lights dimmed in The Fisher Theatre, the audience was "warned" that there would be platform boots and white...
Good company makes for a great ‘Visit’
November 02, 2013
By Carolyn Hayes Jeff Baron's distinctly self-contained "Visiting Mr. Green" tells a curious story of one relationship by showing its two characters together – and...
Sherlock classic comes to Broadway (Onstage, that is)
October 26, 2013
By Dana Casadei Within the last few years, Sherlock Holmes has been played by numerous actors on both big and little screens, some giving the...
Theatrical tricks sweeten a literary treat
October 26, 2013
By Carolyn Hayes Among the vast supernatural arsenal, it can be argued that the strongest power is that of suggestion. Unknown enemies and motives are...
Early Wagner opera opens MOT’s 43rd season
October 21, 2013
By Michael H. Margolin Richard Wagner's "The Flying Dutchman" is a problem opera with its stillborn plot and its slow first act. Still, it has...
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