The Orgreling with Spinning Dot Theatre

 

In the Dance Studio

By Spinning Dot Theatre

Thursday – Sunday, Aug 17-20 @ 8pm

The Ogreling by Suzanne Lebeau of Canada is a dark and wondrous play of a boy coming of age, discovering his otherness, and coming to grips with who he is and who he might become. Shadows, music, and the intensity of the play combine for a unique and transportive trek into this looming fairytale world.

Directed by Tyler Calhoun and Jenny Anne Koppera.

The cast includes Repertory veterans Tae Hoon Yoo (Big Fire), Vicki Morgan and Emily Slomovits. Joining the company are Matthew Webb and Jedì Curva dual cast as the Ogreling and Emily Levickas as Mother.

Recommended for audiences between the ages of 13-25.
$10 suggested donation.

Graffiti Alley by Fred Beutler

Artist Talk

Saturday, July 15, 2015

4 pm in the Gallery

Free and open to the public.

Fred has been a dedicated photographer since the age of seven.

For fifteen years he was the Photographer for the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre; his photos appeared in posters, theater magazines, and newspapers. Fred is currently the Photographer for the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor, and has worked with other civic organizations.

Among his photographic achievements is a first prize in a national photographic contest sponsored by Nikon. He’ll be showing what is possible to do to make a mediocre photograph good, or a good photograph great aka post-production processing.

To see more of his work visit his website at http://frederickbeutler.com/

 

Withstanding Time by Eva Antebi-Lerman

First Place

 

Meet the Award Winners

The Ann Arbor Women Artists Exhibit is in the Gallery through August 12, 2017. Stop in!  There are 64 pieces of artwork.

Gallery Hours:
Thu-Sat 3-8pm
Sun 1:30-4pm

 

 

 

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