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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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The League Shop "Windows of Opportunity" Celebration

On Nov. 13, The League Shop, an Eastside institution known for its dynamic collection, hosted a public champagne reception to support St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center’s “Windows of Opportunity” exhibit.

2nd Annual Art of Giving Extravaganza

On Nov. 20 at the Rust Belt Market in Ferndale, guests enjoyed food and drinks from local eateries, live entertainment, a silent auction, and door prizes. The event benefitted The Art of Giving, an art therapy studio in Pontiac that brings art to the community, including those with disabilities.

2014 Nutcracker Luncheon & Boutique

On Nov. 18 at the Detroit Athletic Club, guests enjoyed a luncheon, entertainment, and a boutique shopping gallery filled with holiday gifts. The event benefitted the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

Jingle & Mingle for Clarkston SCAMP

On Nov. 22 at the home of D’Ann Colombo and Mark Crawford, guests enjoyed holiday entertainment, a strolling dinner, and a silent and live auction. The event benefitted Clarkston SCAMP, a five-week summer camp for youths and young adults that challenges them to grow in abilities and self-esteem.

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