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.
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.
Marry Me: the return of the rom-com
No one is going to see a romantic comedy to be surprised by the plot. On Valentine's Day, I went to see "Marry Me" with the lowest of expectations. I anticipated a movie that was so-bad-it’s-good, but it was actually good. It was incredibly fun and charming, and I left the theater beaming.
CT Recommends: Iguana Death Cult (yes, it’s a band)
“Lorraine” comes roaring in with what is probably the nastiest — like communal-style-first-year-men’s bathroom nasty — guitar riff I have in my Spotify library.