Imagine this: You’re standing in front of Angell Hall, one of architect Albert Kahn’s most well-known University of Michigan buildings. It’s dark, chilly and windy when all of a sudden, lasers beams are everywhere, including the eight massive Doric columns that frame the front portico of Angell Hall. Then, blaring dance music fills the air while the eight-student K-Pop dance troupe, K-Motion, takes the stage, showing off their slick moves in between the columns.
To top it all off, a DJ who goes by the name Scout is hoisted 15 feet above the crowd, while hundreds of students and community members dance the night away. Sounds crazy, right? Well, that’s exactly what’s happening on Tuesday, April 22 from 9-10:30 p.m. on the lawn of U-M’s Angell Hall (435 S. State St., Ann Arbor).
Read the rest of my article [The Ann Arbor News].