Opera Grand Rapids Hires New Chorus Master Dr. Patrick Coyle
Opera Grand Rapids announced today the hiring of Dr. Patrick Coyle as the company’s new Chorus Master, replacing Duane Davis who held the position for 31 years before retiring. Dr. Coyle will perform the crucial role of leading the Opera Grand Rapids Chorus and preparing its singers for each p…
Disney’s “NEWSIES” Tickets go on Sale Today!
Disney Theatrical Productions and Broadway Grand Rapids are proud to announce tickets for the highly anticipated Grand Rapids engagement of NEWSIES are on sale to the public today, Monday, July 27 at 10:00 AM. The Tony® Award-winning production will begin performances at the DeVos Performan…
“Company” Opens at Circle Theatre August 6
Circle Theatre continues the 2015 season in August with COMPANY, a game-changing musical that features a sophisticated and honest look at modern, adult relationships. From musical theatre's most renowned composer, Stephen Sondheim, COMPANY is largely regarded as a trailblazer of the dark-comedy, mo…
The fun and Outrageous “OddBall” Happens September 12 at the UICA
The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) will host it’s fifth annual OddBall fundraiser and ArtPrize kick-off party on September 12th and will, once again, present an evening of outrageous and unexpected fun. UICA invites the public to enjoy an exclusive first look at the ArtPrize Seven exhi…
TV’s Emmy Award Nominations are Announced
The 67th annual Emmy Awards have announced their nominations. Game of Thrones, House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black are leading nominees.
The show, which will air live on FOX on September 20th, will be hosted by Andy Samberg.
Here are the major category nominees.
Weidenaar Exhibit at Grand Rapids Public Museum Closing July 5
Your time is almost gone to catch a wonderful exhibit.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum’s (GRPM) exhibition, Through the Eyes of Weidenaar will close on Sunday, July 5, 2015. The exhibit commemorates the works of local artist, Reynold Weidenaar, whose work earned international acclaim.

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