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Northern Michigan is a place with incredible natural beauty and varied landscapes. It is also home to Interlochen Center for the Arts and several other longstanding cultural institutions. Little wonder the region has been so attractive to artists and musicians of all types. Here we bring you those stories.

Theater Talk: A timeless opera, a musical bio, and a classic comedy

By the end of the 1920s, Bessie Smith was the highest-paid black performer of her day, and earned herself the title "Empress of the Blues."
By the end of the 1920s, Bessie Smith was the highest-paid black performer of her day, and earned herself the title "Empress of the Blues."

 Stateside talks with David Kiley, publisher and editor in chief of Encore Michigan.

 

This time, David Kiley of Encore Michigan brings us an eclectic mix of shows from theaters across Michigan.

 

Listen above to hear Kiley’s previews of the following shows:

Support for arts and culture coverage comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.

Correction:In the audio above David Kiley says the Detroit Repertory Theatre is in downtown Detroit. The theatre is actually on the city’s west side.  

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