Issue 838

11th January, 2017 - 01st February, 2017

As we enter the new year there are several improvements you will notice with our online edition here at www.review-mag.com that we would like to draw to your attention:

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Bay City Players is ringing in the new year with a peek inside the theatrical world as presented within the innovative looking glass of Act One – a relatively new production that premiered on Broadway in April, 2014, and is based upon the autobiography of the legendary Moss Hart.

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‘Luck of the Draw’ Musical Fundraiser Promises Creative Unpredictability & Unbridled Fun

One of the most existential and potentially unpredictable musical showcases yet to be staged in the Great Lakes Bay Region will be happening on Sunday, January 29th, when the first ever Band Roulette comes together at Bay City’s State Theatre for a star-studded fundraiser designed to benefit the D Street Music Foundation.​

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Portman-Murphy Counter-Propaganda Bill Sanctions State Control Over Media

One of the crowning freedoms that has always distinguished the United States from other countries surrounding the globe is the freedom of the press and individual expression as guaranteed in the 1st Amendment of the Bill of Rights.

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With 40 different short and documentary films being featured at the 8th Annual Made in Michigan Film Festival that will screen over the three-day expanse of the festival from February 3-5th, each of the selected entries possess a high quality of vision & perspective that serve as a testament to the artistry of drawing an audience into the world of a narrative delivered over a short expanse of time.

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Kicking off the Made in Michigan Film Festival on Friday, February 3rd are two short films and two feature narratives showcasing work by directors in the genre of Contemporary Horror that are best suited for mature audiences.

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The strength of Michigan’s creative capacity extends well beyond the invention of the automobile or the musical explosion known as Motown and reaches deep into the world of cinema, which will be gloriously showcased at the 8th Annual Made in Michigan Film Festival happening the weekend of February 3-5th at the state-of-the-art Bronner Performing Arts Center in Frankenmuth.

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It is not new information to the region’s aficionados that interest in locally produced original music has exploded over the last several years. While venues like Bemo’s, White’s Bar and Tri-City Brewing Company’s Tap Room have been featuring many of these artists’ live performances for some time, it can be claimed that 2016 is the year that regionally recorded output took center stage.

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