Artist Spotlight: Tim Rhoze, director of Ain't Misbehavin'
Tim Edward Rhoze hails from
Detroit Michigan, where he began his career as an actor. His time on the Detroit boards included the Detroit Repertory Theatre, Plowshares, the Attic, Harmonie Park Playhouse, The Hilberry & the University of Detroit's Theatre Company.
He currently resides in Chicago where he has performed in over twenty productions at the Goodman, Victory Gardens and Steppenwolf Theatres, while booking regional and national voice-over work with McDonalds, Budweiser, Ray-O-Vac, American Family Insurance, Lowes and Gatorade.
Tim's film and television credits include numerous guest starring & recurring appearances on The Practice, Becker, Friends,Grey's Anatomy and Frasier, among others. He made his directorial debut at the Detroit Repertory Theatre in 2004. For Performance Network, Tim has directed Fences, K2, and The Piano Lesson.
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Performance Network Theatre, in collaboration with the Ann Arbor District Library, is proud to invite you to a delightful evening that gets to the roots of the famous musical, Ain't Misbehavin'.
This free event will feature professor James Dapogny, a pianist, recording artist and jazz connoisseur. Mr. Dapogny will speak on the early 20th century jazz composer, Thomas "Fats" Waller, whose influential music comprises the 1978 Tony Award-winning musical.
The evening, which will be held on the PNT stage, will also feature performance examples of Fats Waller's innovative music.