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Midnight Movies Live Again This Summer At The State

I have a soft spot in my heart for midnight movies. The best times I’ve had at the movies are going with friends, or even alone, and meeting new devotees of a midnight movie. You can check out these cult classics through the end of summer only at The State.

Penny Seats Theatre Company Presents “Young Frankenstein”

The musical tells the tale of Frederick Frankenstein (“Frahn-kin-schteen”), who tries to escape his grandfather Victor’s infamous legacy, but is drawn in by Victor’s notes, which detail the steps to bring a dead body back to life.

Heathers: The Musical—Mean Girls Get Their Groove On

“Heathers”, the 2014 musical based on the 1989 movie starring Winona Ryder, will be presented by Ann Arbor Civic Theatre from June 7th-10th at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Ladies and Gentleman, Step Right Up for the Slambovian Circus of Dreams

A musical incarnation of what’s been called “hillbilly Pink Floyd” and “surreal Americana” all over the festival circuit through US, the UK and Canada.

Ginsburg Reigns Supreme In The New Documentary RBG

“I’m 84 years old and everyone wants a picture taken with me,” she says in the documentary RBG which screens through June 6th at The Michigan Theater.

The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith

Angelo Parra’s hit 2001 Off-Broadway musical premieres in Michigan. Set on the evening of her death in 1937, Bessie Smith holds court in a gin joint as she muses about her life and career as a cultural icon in a deeply segregated society.