A five-day celebration of improvisational comedy is returning to downtown Grand Rapids.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is opening a new interactive exhibit.
A stage version of Disney’s “Frozen” is opening downtown.
A mystical novel is coming alive downtown.
Actors’ Theatre is producing the Michigan premiere of the play “Gloria,” a 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.
A variety of Latinx acts are taking center stage this week.
The Grand Rapids Ballet is kicking off its next season with a collection of performances that includes music from the 1910 Russian ballet “Firebird.”
Night falls, and you are part of a small band of survivors on a recon mission through a zombie-infested downtown Grand Rapids.
The movie theater at Studio Park is officially open.
This weekend features a three-day celebration of Polish culture. And much more.
The latest attraction in downtown Grand Rapids has opened.