Street Beat: Theatre, Dance, Art And Music
This week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter looks at the arts and culture scene. First, Marie Hochstein, a member of the Meadow Brook Theatre Guild, explains how the Guild supports the theatre and discusses their upcoming Halloween-themed fundraiser. Then, Eisenhower Dance Theatre President Nannette Mazich and Stephanie Pizzo, the Artistic Director for the group, talk about professional dance in Detroit. Next, we hear from the world of art with Alana Hart, one of the board members from the Orion Art Center. Finally, Allison Halerz, the Executive Director of Kerrytown Concert House, and Lars Bjorn, the President of the Southeastern Michigan Jazz Association discuss the concert venue and the upcoming Edgefest.
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