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Suzanne Chessler’s writing-editing career has spanned many years, and her articles have been featured in secular and religious publications across the state and around the country. There was a period of time when she maintained three regular columns in three different publications – one appearing weekly to spotlight metro volunteers, another appearing weekly to profile stage enthusiasts in community theater and a third appearing bimonthly to showcase upcoming arts programs. Besides doing general reporting, she has had continuing assignments involving health, monetary subjects and crime. Her award-winning work builds on majors in English-speech and journalism earned at Wayne State University, where instructors also were writers-editors on Detroit’s daily newspapers.
In February, a small group from Detroit took the enlightening and educational show on the road.
The BBC docudrama airs April 5 on PBS. British philanthropist Leonard Montefiore, a founder of World Jewish Relief, took a special interest in youngsters who...
The Inside the Actors Studio host caught the "acting bug" after visits to The Fisher Theatre as a child.
The U-M alum and long-time performer to conduct Broadway hits, Gershwin.
The musician builds on his parents' legacy with the West-Eastern Divan Ensemble
Sarah Hurwitz's "Here All Along" is what she calls, "a love letter to Judaism."
Duo Taylor Bloom and Benjamin Cooley bring Simon & Garfunkel’s history and music alive on stage.
Joshua Bergasse of Farmington Hills refreshes his choreography for the upcoming tour of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Detroit Opera House.