Rivera’s “Marisol” Remains Frighteningly Relevant Today
Todd Theatre’s newest production, “Marisol” — which was as disturbing as it was disorienting — is not for the faint of heart. But while some moments were difficult to watch, the surrealist show was a worthwhile, deeply moving, and all-encompassing theatrical experience.
Last Night in Soho: Edgar Wright is the master of comedy
In its role as a dramatic first in Edgar Wright’s career, this film disappointed. It stands as a better example of a genre it doesn’t want to be — comedy — than of a thriller.
Improving — in more ways than one — with iZone’s Pitch Imperfect
Pitch Imperfect, as a concept, is one of the smartest things I’ve ever seen devised for the UR student body by a University-run organization.
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Getting lei’d in Hirst Lounge
What are you supposed to do with a lei after you receive one? Yuen explained that leis are not meant to be thrown away; they should instead be left outside to return to nature. She also mentioned that in Hawaii, the first day of May is a celebration called Lei Day, which the club hopes to do an event for in the future.
The house concert: an undying part of music culture
As recorded music became more widespread, we slowly entered the age of large arena concerts, and house concerts fell out of favor. Recently, however, the house concert scene has been seeing a resurgence, primarily in the United States.
“The Matrix Resurrections:” How deep does the mundaneness go?
It seems like director Lana Wachowski really tried to throw every idea against the wall to see what sticks. However, when some ideas fell off the wall, she forced them to stick anyway.