What’s new this weekend in November? The holiday season inches closer with “How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical.” Motor City Comic Con makes it way to Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Plus, Mrs. Doubtfire brings its laughs and love to the Fisher Theatre stage. And, there’s plenty more! Check out what you can do around Southeast Michigan on “One Detroit Weekend” with contributors Peter Whorf and Cecelia Sharpe of 90.9 WRCJ.
List of Upcoming Events:
- Grab a costume and cosplay as your favorite superhero or video game character at Motor City Comic Con, taking place at Suburban Collection Showplace Nov. 10-12.
- Explore the representation of the Black body in a new exhibit “Skilled Labor: Black Realism in Detroit” at Cranbrook Art Museum through March 3, 2024. The exhibit features 20 contemporary artists, all with ties to Detroit.
- Celebrate the sounds of the sea with the Michigan Philharmonic for its La Mer performance at Saint Kenneth Church. The performance will also feature two local university choirs.
- Hop into the Christmas spirit with Broadway’s no. 1 holiday hit, Dr. Suess’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical, through Nov. 12 at the Fisher Theatre.
- Laugh along with everyone’s favorite Scottish nanny for the internationally acclaimed new hit musical Mrs. Doubtfire coming to the Fisher Theatre Nov. 14-26.
- Enjoy an adaptation of the timeless holiday story, A Christmas Carol, put on the Players Guild of Dearborn. Performances take place on weekends from Nov. 10-26.
- Get your live music fix with pianist Michael Zaporski performing at the Dirty Dog Jazz Café every Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. There is no cover charge for the performance.
- Check out a new exhibit “People You Know” by artist Marianna Olague at the David Klein Gallery that features a new series of familial portraits. The exhibit is open Nov. 11 through Dec. 23.
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