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Bellydance Superstars

This wiggling, shaking, and gyrating American troupe has spread the art of belly-dancing to 25 countries and countless cities. Now it’s Detroit’s turn to see these exotic dancers. 8 p.m. Nov. 11. $27-$47.

Music Hall, 350 Madison, Detroit; 313-887-8501, musichall.org.

 

BalletMet Columbus

Tchaikovsky’s beloved holiday chestnut, The Nutcracker, gets a jump-start on the holidays, performed just after Thanksgiving. More than 100 performers from BalletMet Columbus, along with several local children, will take part in the spectacle. Unlike many ballets, which include recorded music, these performances will be accompanied by the Michigan Opera Theatre Orchestra.

Nov. 23-25. 25-$125. Detroit Opera House, 1526 Broadway, Detroit; 313-237-SING, michiganopera.org.
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North American International Auto Show Gala 2010

On Jan. 15, the 2010 North American International Auto Show Gala was held at Cobo Center in Detroit. The black-tie event included a preview of auto displays and a performance by The Romantics. Since 1989, the Charity Preview has generated more than $81 million for children's charities in Southeastern Michigan. Photographs by Agnes Domanska and Christine M.J. Hathaway.

Cabaret 313: From Venice with Love

On Jan. 17, at the Marlene Boll Theatre at the Detroit YMCA, Giada Valenti took guests on a romantic journey during her show, "From Venice with Love." Valenti, a veteran of New York's best cabaret rooms, sang her unique interpretations of songs by Etta James, Edith Piaf, The Doors, and more.

2015 AutoGlow

On Jan. 16 at Ford Field, the 2015 AutoGlow was hosted by Lisa and Bill Ford and Jane and Mark Fields. All net proceeds benefited the Children’s Center of Wayne County, which offers more than 20 programs to over 7,500 children and families annually dealing with issues including abuse, neglect, mental illness and behavioral problems. Guests enjoyed delicious food, and live entertainment.

2015 Detroit Auto Show Charity Preview

On Jan. 16, guests gathered at the Cobo Center for the annual high-profile event, the Charity Preview. Proceeds directly benefit a wide range of childrens' charities, such as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan and the Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation.
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