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Tig Notaro

Fri., Sept. 28, 5:30 p.m.


Masonic Temple (map)
500 Temple St.
phone 313- 832-7100
Tig Notaro

4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince

Fri., Sept. 28, 8 p.m.

The untimely death of icon Prince Rogers Nelson has left a Corvette-sized hole in our collective hearts. The last time Prince performed in Detroit he took to the Fox Theatre stage for a sold-out performance announced just days before as part of his Hit and Run Tour. Fittingly, just three years later, the only Prince Estate-approved tribute will honor the Purple One on the same stage. 4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince will draw from his extensive music catalog as performed by a full symphony orchestra, as curated by Prince superfan, Questlove, along with a live band accompanied by archival photos and video footage. $29.50+

Fox Theatre (map)
2211 Woodward Ave.
Downtown Detroit 4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince
PJ's Lager House (map)
1254 Michigan Ave.
phone (313) 961-4668
David Liebe Hart (Tim & Eric)

The Princess Bride: Shadowcast

Fri., Sept. 28, 8 p.m. and Sat., Sept. 29, 2 & 8 p.m.


Historic Redford Theatre (map)
17360 Lahser Rd.
Greater Detroit Area
phone 313-537-2560
The Princess Bride: Shadowcast

Satori Circus 30th Anniversary

Fri., Sept. 28, 8-11:45 p.m. and Sat., Sept. 29, 8-11:45 p.m.
phone 313-873-2955
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Russell A. Taylor is better known by his moniker Satori Circus — the chalk-faced cabaret performer who, for the better part of three decades, has both seduced and confounded audiences. Taylor is both the creative director and main performer in what can only be described as performance art meets rock opera. By fusing music with pantomime, film-inspired elements, spoken word, slapstick, and a veil of hyper-subversive sexuality, Satori Circus has the freak flag on lock. These back-to-back, career-spanning performances will include special guests as well as vignettes from his most recent piece, "Stroke." $20
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Tangent Gallery (map)
715 E. Milwaukee Ave.
Greater Detroit Area
phone (313) 873-2955
Satori Circus 30th Anniversary
TV Lounge (map)
2548 Grand River Ave
Midtown Paxahau Presents: Mind Against All Night Long
Sat., Sept. 29, 5-10 p.m.

Light up Livernois returns to celebrate design and creativity on the historic Avenue of Fashion. Makers, artists and designers from Detroit are collaborating with local small businesses to shop, dine and explore the various ways design surrounds us in our everyday lives. Join us and experience design through open studios, fashion vignettes, musical performances, and small business highlights.
Avenue of Fashion (map)
Seven Mile Rd. and Livernois Ave.
Greater Detroit Area Light Up Livernois

Siro-A: Techno Circus

Sat., Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m.


The Whiting (map)
1241 E. Kearsley St.
Greater Pontiac Area
phone 810-237-7333
Siro-A: Techno Circus
Michigan Theater (map)
603 E. Liberty St.
Downtown Ann Arbor
phone 734-668-8480
Laith Al-Saadi and Friends: Annual Birthday Bash
Fox Theatre (map)
2211 Woodward Ave.
Downtown Detroit The Takeover featuring Ice Cube, Too $hort, Trick Trick


Sat., Sept. 29, 8 p.m.

If you’ve noticed beloved comedian and national treasure Sinbad trending on social media recently, it’s not because he has died but because people are obsessed with figuring out whether or not he starred as a genie in a forgotten ’90s movie titled Shazaam. While the mystery continues, what Sinbad has irrefutably done is keep us laughing with his wholesome and long-winded musings on marriage, fatherhood, and getting old. The 61-year-old has built a reputation on being the good guy. From his role as the late Phil Hartman’s Houseguest to a clumsy secret service agent tasked with protecting the First Kid, Sinbad can now be seen as “dad” on the Fox comedy Rel. $62.50+

MGM Grand Detroit (map)
1777 Third St.
Downtown Detroit
phone 877-888-2121
Power Center for the Performing Arts (map)
121 Fletcher St.
Greater Ann Arbor Area
phone (734) 764-2538
Dramatic Readings of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman with Alec Baldwin

Shuck Yeah!

Sun., Sept. 30, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Serving up the best of both coasts, Metro Times’ oyster-tasting event Shuck Yeah! returns for its second year with a three-venue takeover at Ferndale’s Woodward Avenue Brewers, the Loving Touch, and the WAB’s attached Port bar. Each ticket includes six drinks and six oysters, two oyster shooters, plus unlimited food samplings from participating restaurants (including Berkley Common, Jim Brady’s, Bonefish Grill, Bistro Orleans, and more). In addition to all things oyster, Shuck Yeah! will have Bloody Marys, cocktails, beers, and plenty of non-oyster food to sample. Entertainment will be provided by Post Imperial Jazz Band, and for those keeping the faith, the Lions vs. the Cowboys game will be on. $35-$45
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Woodward Avenue Brewers (map)
22646 Woodward Ave.
Greater Ferndale Area
phone (248) 546-3696; (248) 731-0026 (FAX)
Shuck Yeah!

Dream Wife

Sun., Sept. 30, 8 p.m.

The origin story behind how tight-knit indie trio Dream Wife came to be may or may not have involved Jägerbombs and a disco-dance floor while studying at Brighton University in England. What started as an art project between Rakel Mjöll (vocals), Alice Go (guitar), and Bella Podpadec (bass) in 2014, Dream Wife has since become definitive of the new wave of fierce-femme rock championed by Blondie, Bikini Kill, and the Slits. “I am not my body/ I am somebody,” Mjöll sings on “Somebody,” which is just one of many examples of Dream Wife’s call to celebrate female solidarity and general badassery found on the band’s recent self-titled debut. $12-$14

El Club (map)
4114 W. Vernor Hwy.
Southwest Dream Wife

Star Wars: A New Hope

Fri., Sept. 28, 8 p.m., Sat., Sept. 29, 8 p.m. and Sun., Sept. 30, 3 p.m.

Long before roly-poly android BB-8 and Adam Driver’s super-square torso, there was Star Wars: A New Hope — the remarkable journey that sparked a worldwide fascination with a galaxy far, far away. The first film in the beloved franchise introduces us to a remarkable cast of characters, all of whom search for meaning as they confront their own struggles with light and dark. Perhaps one of the most integral characters in the film is one that is not seen, but heard. The iconic Oscar-winning score by John Williams will be performed by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in time with a screening of the timeless film. $50+

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