From Audience to Action: Making Connections in our Community
Connect with regional organizations whose work intersects with the themes encountered in UMS’s No Safety Net 2.0 festival.
I’m Sure She Meant Well…
Lee Minora talks about the inspiration behind her scathing morning talk show comedy, White Feminist.
A Conversation with No Safety Net Theater-Makers
UMS’s Michael Kondziolka (VP, Programming and Production) and Mary Roeder (Programming Manager) join No Safety Net artists at U-M’s Trotter Multicultural Center.
My Time at the Fringe
21st Century Intern Isabel Olson shares insights on experiencing political theater from her time working at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Wonder and Woe: The Challenges of Internet
U-M School of Information’s Cliff Lampe explores bad internet behaviors in accompaniment to performances of The Believers Are But Brothers.
Reality Winner: Espionage or Whistle-Blowing?
A discussion of Reality Winner’s case with Brian Willen (lawyer and UMS board member), Barbara McQuade (U-M law professor and NBC News legal analyst), and Greg Stejskal (former FBI special agent).
“Believers” by Javaad Alipoor
UK-based artist, director, writer, and activist Javaad Alipoor shares insights into the development of his play, The Believers Are But Brothers, and its journey to Ann Arbor.
Meet Cayenne Harris, UMS’s new VP for Education & Community Engagement
Harris will oversee UMS’s activities designed for K-12, university, and community audiences.
10 Favorite Moments of 2019
We are ending the year with a look back at some of our fondest memories from 2019!