Shakespeare Club’s ‘Hamlet’ provides a female twist on the male-dominated play
Audience members gasped as a window in the WAUD suddenly flew open, revealing the ghost of Hamlet’s father. This intense opening scene set the stage for a production that brought out the comedic and tragic elements of the classic Shakespearean tragedy.
‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’ transports the audience to Great Depression-era Brooklyn life
Constant fights, inappropriate jokes and never ending crises: it’s not the Jersey Shore, though – it’s Brighton Beach.
Junior’s photographs to appear in the National Gallery of Art
The walls of the National Gallery of Art are decorated with works by some of the greatest artists of all time: Michelangelo, Matisse, Monet. On March 2, the museum’s collection will also include photographs by a more up-and-coming artist: junior Rachel Bird.
‘The Carrie Diaries’ isn’t a perfect prequel, but it can stand on its own
Need a break from vampire love triangles, hunky teen wolves and anonymous stalkers named ‘A’? “The Carrie Diaries” is a perfect fix.
Live blog: Oscar Awards 2013
Follow along with arts writer Anya Goodman as she live blogs the 85th Academy Awards ceremony.
Most recent Sparks’ movie is “The Notebook” with a dark secret
Well, he’s done it again. Nicholas Sparks has produced yet another tragic, southern romance film complete with canoeing in the rain, spontaneous dancing and emotional kissing. But this isn’t the “The Notebook.”