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New Musical Performed By Cutting Edge

Two men, two women, 21 songs and some genuine ideas about how our lives intersect with one another— even among the hustle and bustle of one of the world’s most vibrant cities. All this is presented in Ordinary Days, Adam Gwon’s bright musical set in New York City. The show, which debuted in 2008, will

Limits of the American Dream

The Purple Rose Theatre presents Arthur Miller’s All My Sons through June 1 The Purple Rose Theatre, an iconic Chelsea, MI theater founded by Golden Globe-winning actor and playwright Jeff Daniels, is showing a production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons (1947) through June 1. Directed by Guy Sanville, All My Sons is set shortly

Falling Slowly for Once

The two lead characters meet on the streets of Dublin. The audience never learns their names. The script refers to them merely as “Guy” and “Girl.” They have defining traits— he’s a musician nursing heartbreak, she’s an immigrant from the Czech Republic— yet they could be any of us. They are wounded people, bonding through