For all his intricate and ambiguous passages, Shakespeare's plots were relatively simple, applying the basic elements of love, lust, greed and revenge to the human condition. And with that they have been re-applied, through theater, in every time period since, including one almost 300 years and half a world away — the American West of the 19th century. The Ann Arbor Civic Theater takes that approach in their rendition of Much Ado About Nothing from January 26 – 29, with Don John up to his same head-game love tricks — but this time cowboys are involved. $8-$20. 8pm Th-Sat, 2pm Sun. Arthur Miller Theatre, 1226 Murfin Ave.
The Ann Arbor District Library’s staff observed the progressing spread of COVID-19 with a keen eye towards optimal safety measures. Like all libraries, it remained closed for the duration of the three-month period of Michigan’s shelter-at-home executive order, to curtail the spread of the virus. But Sherlonya Turner says that while their staff certainly considered
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There’s a solid likelihood one of your favorite bands stopped through this 400-capacity venue on 1st. St. on their way to their higher-tier status. Nirvana was at the Blind Pig in 1989 (opening for the Flaming Lips). Pearl Jam and the Smashing Pumpkins came through on respective tours in 1991. A few other names to
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