Foreign humanitarian workers are faced with a tough decision when violence breaks out—leave, and secure their own safety, or hold their ground, and face possible death. Of Gods and Men, which opens at the Michigan Theater on Friday, April 22, focuses on a society of peaceful monks in Algeria facing an oncoming whirlwind of murder. After a group of foreign workers are massacred by extremists, tensions arise forcing the monks to either leave their lifestyle behind or let the hand of fate deal out what it may. $9. 603 E. Liberty St. 734-668-8397. www.michtheater.org.
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Singer/songwriter Seth Bernard is as well known for his music as he is for his community advocacy. The Earthwork Music founder recently released his third album in almost as many years, Eggtones for Fun, a break of brief levity spiced with a blend of sweet folk songs, strummy waltzes and some headier/heavier rock dirges,