Who is PASSENGER
Event: August 22, 2014, 5:30-7:30pm
PASSENGER is proud to present Who is Passenger, a one-night event that will serve as an introduction to PASSENGER. This event will showcase the future home of PASSENGER at 119 State Street as well as the artwork of those in the Detroit art community who are supporters of the project. PASSENGER is a residency program and Center for Contemporary Art in development in Detroit’s Capitol Park district.
RSVP to Who Is PASSENGER? via Eventbrite to learn more.
Detroit’s best kept secret, Big Pete’s Place, is where people come out to hear the Blues.
John’s Carpet House & Big Pete’s Place — For the past 10 years, as Detroit’s best kept secret, Big Pete’s Place has been the place for people from across the city to come out and hear the Blues on Sunday evenings in the summer.
DJ Oliver visits his old stomping ground at Wayne State University’s Hilberry Theatre.
Host DJ Oliver visits his old stomping ground at Wayne State University’s Hilberry Theatre & learns more about the history & work of the theatre from John Wolf, Chair, Maggie Allesee Dept. of Theatre & Dance at WSU.
Founder, Ryan Myers-Johnson, is inspired by the city & gives back to the community.
The Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts founder, Ryan Myers-Johnson, takes inspiration from the city and gives back to the community, encouraging artists to share their work across the Detroit landscape.
Host DJ Oliver visits his old stomping ground at WSUâs Hilberry Theatre. Episode 113.
FULL EPISODE - Detroit Performs: The Hilberry Theatre
The Detroit Sidewalk Festival celebrates art in the old Redford and Brightmoor neighborhoods; Critic-Car Detroit shares with us a piece on Artlab J; An abandoned Detroit field hosts blues jam sessions during summer Sundays. Painter Luke Hillestad takes cues from some of history’s great artists, and host DJ Oliver brings us back to his alma mater, WSU, and shows us around The Hilberry Theatre
The Fratellanza Theatre Company brings engaging performances to the audience of Detroit.
Detroit Performs: Fratellanza Theatre Company — Two brothers started the Fratellanza Theatre Company, name derived from the Italian word for brotherhood, in an attempt to bring engaging performances to the audience of Detroit.
Detroit Performs visits the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Ep 112.
In this episode of Detroit Performs: Fratellanza Theater Company gives us an inside look at their half-scripted and half-improvised performance; Critic-Car Detroit takes us to Detroit’s Maker Faire; Detroit native and world-renowned poet Jessica Care Moore infectious spirit runs deep; And glassblower Eric Meek puts his heart, soul and sweat into his work. Plus, host DJ Oliver takes us on a tour of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.