Dear Crabby, Do You Miss Going to Canada?

Dear Crabby, One of my favorite summertime Michigan memories was all the random road trips we’d take. Not only did we cruise around Michigan, but we also ventured into Canada. But now that the border is closed, I really miss having that option. I wonder if you or any of your other readers miss going to Canada as well? Thanks, C. Mountie Dear C. Mountie, We are rather spoiled having another country so close we can drive there pretty much any time we please. Shoot. I remember … [Read more...]

REVIEW: Oakland University’s ‘Macbeth’ Delivers a Powerful Examination of the Carnage Caused by Desire and Deception

A little over five years ago I went to the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada to see a production of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Once there I quickly learned through the grapevine that people either loved it or hated it; during some performances, people actually walked out. That is when it dawned on me there are two types of Shakespeare enthusiasts. First, the purists. Those who want only traditional costumes, settings, and no interpretation of the script. Second, are … [Read more...]

Meadow Brook Theatre Guild presents the 38th Annual Luncheon on the Aisle

The Meadow Brook Theatre Guild, is Proud to Present the Guild’s Longest Running Fundraising Event, Luncheon on the Aisle! The event will be held on Thursday, April 25, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the beautiful Meadow Brook Theatre (MBT)located in Room 207, Wilson Hall at 378 Meadow Brook Road, located on the campus of Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. The Meadow Brook Theatre Guild is a non-profit 501c(3) volunteer group, which supports and promotes community interest in Meadow Brook … [Read more...]