Fall arts season is in full swing in metro Detroit and beyond, and that means weekends packed to the rafters with great visual and performing arts offerings. Here are eight to keep an eye on this weekend.
A Stephen King classic performed live
In 1990, William Goldman adapted Stephen King’s novel “Misery” into an Academy Award-winning hit film. He later adapted that screenplay for the stage with a 2015 Broadway run. Ferndale’s Ringwald Theatre, located in Affirmations LGBTQ+ Community Center (290 W. Nine Mile Road) is presenting Goldman’s adaptation just in time for Halloween. It’s directed by Brandy Joe Plambeck and stars Suzan M. Jacokes as the infamously psychotic Annie Wilkes and Joe Bailey as imprisoned author Paul Sheldon.
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