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Changing accessible nature of city through art, Disability Arts Now engages community

by Avenue for the Arts (AvenuefortheArts)

Submitted 04-04-2017 under PLACE-MATTERS

Launching this week, the three-year-old cultural organization DisArt, will be hosting a large symposium entitled, Disability Arts Now! World renowned academics, artists, community organizers, designers and much more, will come together and consider...

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Classic film "E.T." unites musician, volunteer, concert-goer

by Karen Pimpo (karenpimpo)

Submitted 11-07-2016 under LOCAL LIFE

The Grand Rapids Symphony’s performance of John Williams’ score for "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" brought a sweet sense of nostalgia and close-knit community into Grand Rapids this weekend. Among those moved by the...

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The Piano Cottage Rocks! Fifth Anniversary Concert

by Sophia Lathrop (lathsop)

Submitted 06-21-2016 under

Past performances have sold out, and each summer concert showcases incredible musicianship, ranging from beautiful and technical acoustic performances to huge whole-band numbers backed by a 75-member Cottage Chorus. Past performances have included...

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The Piano Cottage Rocks! Fifth Anniversary Concert

by Sophia Lathrop (lathsop)

Submitted 06-21-2016 under

Past performances have sold out, and each summer concert showcases incredible musicianship, ranging from beautiful and technical acoustic performances to huge whole-band numbers backed by a 75-member Cottage Chorus. Past performances have included...

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Step-Up Youth Productions provides outlet for creativity, physical activity

by GRTV (GRTV)

Submitted 02-25-2016 under NONPROFITS

A young girl in a puffy ball gown shows off her elegant waltzing skills. Next, a teenage couple swirls by to the tune of a classic song. Then, an 8 year old boy does the jive, perfectly in time to the fast-paced music playing. These are scenes from...

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"The Phantom of the Opera" comes to Dog Story Theater

by The University Wits (The University Wits)

Submitted 01-15-2016 under NONPROFITS

The University Wits is a collective of theatrical designers, directors, and talented performers. They are best known for creating original works as well as producing published classics. Their upcoming production “The Phantom of the Opera...

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61Syx Street Dance Academy presents dance battle at Pyramid Scheme

by Lydia Zilinsky (lydiajoy)

Submitted 12-15-2015 under LOCAL LIFE

Students of the 61Syx Teknique Street Dance Academy have been training and practicing for an age based dance battle, featuring 1 vs 1 dance offs from students as young as four years of age. This Saturday, December 19 from 11 a.m - 3:30 p.m. the...

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GVSU Shakespeare Festival presents All's Well That Ends Well

by GVSU Theatre (GVSU Theatre)

Submitted 08-20-2015 under

A bittersweet romantic comedy!Helena loves Bertram; Bertram just wants to be one of the guys. But Helena, a low-born woman who achieves greatness by the sheer strength of her will and intellect, has other ideas. Set against the rising...

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Dear First Grade Journal - "Junie B. Jones: The Musical" is coming to HSRT!

by Hope Summer Repertory Theatre (HSRTheatre)

Submitted 07-11-2015 under NONPROFITS

HOLLAND, MI - Hope Summer Repertory Theatre’s Children’s Performance Troupe is ecstatic to present “Junie B. Jones: The Musical,” written by Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich, and adapted from the New York Times bestselling...

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Harper Lee’s "To Kill a Mockingbird" comes to the HSRT Stage - Just in time for the sequel!

by Hope Summer Repertory Theatre (HSRTheatre)

Submitted 06-26-2015 under

Mariea Macavei, Marketing Manager, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre Office phone: (616) 395-7602; e-mail: [email protected]   Harper Lee’s Beloved Novel Comes to the HSRT Stage: Just in time for the sequel!   Directed by Hope College...

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