Are you looking for something fun to do this May now that school is finished?

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
May 3-9
Kalamazoo Civic Theatre
Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe graced the staged in the Broadway production and now it is coming to Grand Rapids. This show is all about making it from the bottom to the top without really knowing how. It’s satirical nature is sure to keep the crowd laughing from beginning to end. For more information, check out

Tulip Time Festival
May 4-11
Holland, Mich.
The annual Dutch festival brings performances from Kenny Rogers, Chris Linn and The Second City to the streets of Holland. Visitors can choose from a variety of activities, such as roaming through the Art & Craft Fair, lounging on the sidewalks for the several parades or visiting the different Dutch food stands. There will also be carnival rides and traditional wooden shoe dancing.

Romeo & Juliet
May 10-19
Peter Martin Wege Theatre
Grand Rapids Ballet will close their 2012-2013 season with Mario Radacovsky’s version of Romeo & Juliet. After premiering in 2011 to sold out crowds, the classic Shakespeare piece will return. For more information, check out

Robin Hood
May 17-25
Kalamazoo Civic Theatre
The legendary hero Robin Hood brings action and adventure to Grand Rapids. After taking gold from the prince to help the poor, Robin is on the run, constantly tricking the men who have been sent to capture him. The performance is full of humor, swordfights and live music. For more information, check out

Legally Blonde: The Musical
May 31-June 16
Grand Rapids Civic Theatre
Elle Woods brings her high class and spunk to the stage, as she tries to prove there’s more to her than her blonde hair and sorority girl status. After her boyfriend breaks up with her, she decides to head for the books and follow him to Harvard in his pursuit to become a lawyer. This show is full of witty music numbers and Elle’s transformation into law school. For more information, check out