Farmers Alley Theatre

Theatre
7:35 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Seedy Night Club Struggles Through Nazi Era Berlin in Musical “Cabaret”

Credit courtesy of Farmers Alley Theatre

Hear the interview with Kathy Mulay, Dirk Lumbard, and Barbara Marineau on WMUK's "Let's Hear It"

Friday is opening night for the musical Cabaret at Farmers Alley Theatre in Kalamazoo. It takes place in a seedy night club during pre-Nazi era Berlin. 

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Local Music
3:04 pm
Wed May 7, 2014

Old Wicked Songs actors & director discuss the work of art

Keith Baker and Nich Mueller

Old Wicked Songs, a two-character play by Jon Marans that delves into music and emotion, will be extended through May 18 at the Farmer's Alley Theatre

Cara Lieurance talks to director D. Terry Williams, actor Nich Mueller (Steven) and actor Keith Baker (Professor Mashkan) about the drama of the play and how it connects to the song cycle Dichterliebe, by Robert Schumann. 

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Arts & More
6:30 pm
Sat February 8, 2014

Neighborhood Politics Span Generations in 'Clybourne Park

In act one of Clybourne Park, neighbors try to figure out just why a black family would want to subject themselves to such a different environment. From left: Colin Woodside, Von Washington Jr. and Dwandra Lampkin.
Erin Williams

Is it true, as the saying suggests, that as much as things change they stay the same?

The neighbors of the fictional neighborhood Clybourne Park seem to think so, as they demonstrate in the play of the same name, which is currently in performance at Farmers Alley Theater.

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Next to Normal
5:37 pm
Mon June 17, 2013

Next to Normal at Farmers Alley Theatre examines issues around mental health

Michelle Duffy and Trey Ellett
Credit Farmers Alley Theatre

Report by WMUK's Gordon Evans

This past winter, What A Do Theater in Battle Creek staged the award-winning play Next to Normal. Now Farmers Alley Theatre in Kalamazoo is trying their hand at it with two Broadway actors playing lead roles.

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Theatre
5:11 pm
Mon February 11, 2013

The Whipping Man looks at life after the Civil War

Rico Bruce Wade, Ben Riegel, and Scott Norman at Farmer's Alley Theatre.
Credit Farmers Alley Theatre

    

It the end of the Civil War when the play “The Whipping Man” opens. A young Confederate soldier who is severely wounded has just made it back home only to find that life as he knew it is gone forever. 

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