Posts Tagged ‘Holly Bronson’

When you live in Michigan, the Great Lakes are as much a part of life as anything else. Even if you don’t live in sight of one, you’ve probably heard stories of summers at the shore or have taken your own pilgrimage to the lakes. Making up 95 percent of the U.S. surface water supply […]

A look at the MSU Department of Theatre’s spring production of Urinetown, and its connection to the Flint Water Crisis *Warning: post contains spoilers* While traveling in Europe, playwright Greg Kotis encountered a pay-per-use toilet that would change his life forever. Low on funds, Kotis had to limit his trips to the public bathrooms while […]