Joel Gross has created a sexy and interesting story that involves a fabricated love triangle between Marie Antoinette, her portrait painter and an aristocratic count. The story is set during the French Revolution and is intertwined with romance, art, politics and history. Come view the compelling drama, Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh at The Performance Network Theatre. Price ranges from $22-$41.120 E. Huron. 734-663-0681. www.performancenetwork.org.
Nevertheless Film Festival opens in mid July in Ann Arbor, and Current sat down with festival founder Meredith Finch to talk about what makes this film festival unique. The festival’s name is inspired by the phrase “Nevertheless, she persisted,” spoken by Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell when justifying his move to silence Sen. Elizabeth Warren
“A vision of Now” is part of a line from the Go-Go’s song “Vision of Nowness”, featured in their new jukebox musical, Head Over Heels.
Ann Arbor Restaurant Week, a semiannual event starting Sunday, June 9, is the perfect time to try something new (or settle into your stand-by favorites with deep discounts).
Master printmaker and experimental artist Takeshi Takahara is a restless spirit. Rather than working comfortably within established print traditions, he prefers to skate near the edge of the unknown.