REVIEW: Oakland University’s ‘A Chorus Line’ Hits the Mark with Hope, Heart, and High Kicks

When I first learned the next production from the Oakland University Department of Music, Theatre and Dance would be A Chorus Line, my interest was piqued. Since the Varner Studio Theatre is such an intimate setting, I was curious to see how they were going to pull off such an ambitious piece of American musical theatre. The answer? Sensationally! Upon entering the Theatre, you can’t help but be struck by the massive size of the stage. The usual side stage seating is gone, which creates a … [Read more...]

9 Reasons to Visit Chattanooga

9 Reasons to Visit Chattanooga Tennessee By Michael Dwyer 1. Ruby Falls is located deep inside the underground caverns of Lookout Mountain. Discovered by Leo Lambert in 1928, and named after his wife Ruby, this 145-foot waterfall is natural wonder. A “must see” for over 80 years. 2. Perched on top of Lookout Mountain is Rock City Gardens, opened in 1932, this attraction is well known for its use of advertising on barn roofs across the south, as much as the attraction itself. … [Read more...]