Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

Arts & Culture

  1. All Detroit's a stage

    Dominique Morisseau (center), BFA ’00, is known as ‘Detroit’s playwright’ in NYC. The city is a main character in much of her work.

  2. Unstoppable force

    “Whenever the door opened, we would rush in,” says filmmaker Kim Ray, BA ’95, of her role executive producing the new documentary ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two.’

  3. Time traveler

    Michigan historic preservationist Janet Kreger, BA ’72, is a forward thinker. She’s protecting thousands of local treasures – for the future.

  4. Playing hurt

    Author John U. Bacon, BA ’86/MA ’94, delivers a candid memoir that illuminates how late ESPN sportscaster and athlete John Saunders confronted depression.

  5. Never felt more like singin’ the blues

    Ann Arbor music fans hark back to 1969 and resurrect the long-dormant Ann Arbor Blues Festival.

  6. U-M, Detroit Historical Society co-produce exhibit

    View historic images, rare documents, vintage film, and sports memorabilia through Oct. 8.

  7. Black and white and read all over

    The Bentley Historical Library recently digitized more than 12 decades of Michigan Daily history. It’s a ‘gold mine.’

  8. Alumni shine at '17 Tony Awards

    James Earl Jones, Gavin Creel (with Bette Midler, right), Benj Pasek, and Justin Paul bask in Tony spotlight.

  9. Tony voters see theater at its best

    The Tony Awards were presented June 11. Veteran voter and Residential College alumna Wendy Goldberg, BA ’95, shares an insider’s perspective.