It’s about a love triangle between a husband, a wife and a dog.
Detroit has benefitted from gracious contributors in the past, helping support profound growth in the arts. You have all enjoyed the artistic talents of this great city. Consider these five arts programs when making your next donation.
Getting a child involved in theater can increase their confidence, self-esteem and creativity. Young kids love to play make-believe and dress up in costumes, and older kids enjoy the challenge of developing characters, learning songs and dances, and performing in a public setting. These summer theater programs give kids a chance to learn theatrical skills from experienced teachers, and will keep them away from the TV and video games for at least a few days.
What’s there to do in Detroit in the spring? See a live theater performance, of course. Check out Detroit’s offerings.
All of this historical influence makes Detroit a great place to celebrate Black History Month. Check out some of the best events happening this month.
Looking for some cool art or hot music in Detroit? Well, look no further — here’s a list of the best places in Detroit to take in underground music and art including St. Andrews Hall, PJ
Something “Wicked” is returning to Detroit. The blockbuster Broadway Musical “Wicked” is back on stage at the Detroit Opera House, running Wednesday through December 31st.
The first construction project under a $500.5 million Detroit Public Schools capital improvement program is finished.
Groundbreaking expected today for a $14 million Emagine Theater in Royal Oak.