The Kalamazoo Film Society will present the dramatic thriller "The Company You Keep" Friday through Sunday, June 21-23, at WMU's Little Theatre. The film is rated R; admission is $5.
Arts and Entertainment
The Kalamazoo Irish Fest will highlight Celtic bands, artists and cultural activities Friday and Saturday, June 28-29, at the Arcadia Creek Festival Place in downtown Kalamazoo.
Alumnus Christopher Kurtz created an animated trailer for the 15th annual Waterfront Film Festival, which runs through the weekend in South Haven, Mich. The trailer will be shown before each film is screened.
Paul Clifton will compete Wednesday, July 31, at the University of Memphis in Tennessee as one of five finalists in the International Horn Society Premier Soloist Competition.
The Island Festival features three days and nights of reggae music Thursday to Saturday, June 20-22, at the Arcadia Creek Festival Place in downtown Kalamazoo. Admission is free before 4 p.m. each day.
The 33rd annual Bronco Bash is set for 3 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, at the pedestrian mall in front of Sangren Hall. Applications are now being accepted for vendor booths and entertainment.
The 10-week Mixer on the Mall concert series begins at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, and runs weekly though Aug. 21 in downtown Kalamazoo. Admission is $1.
Students from WMU's School of Music took home six coveted awards in DownBeat magazine's annual student music competition, third most of any college or university worldwide.
Musicians from Kalamazoo and the surrounding area, many with ties to WMU, will perform for free at 4 p.m. Sundays from June 9 to Aug. 18 in Bronson Park downtown.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is coming to Miller Auditorium for a single performance at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 20. Tickets range from $63 to $79 and are now on sale.
Miller Auditorium has announced its 2013-14 lineup, which includes performances of "The Addams Family," "Mamma Mia!" and "Memphis." Season subscriptions are available now.
Works from sculptors Sarah Lindley and Norwood Viviano are on exhibit through June 28 in the Monroe-Brown Gallery at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts.
Experience the inside lives of corrupt real estate agents, enjoy a stage adaption of a classic novel, or take in a fairy tale performed by puppets. Season passes are now on sale.