Dance Ensemble’s costumed ‘Masquerade’ showcased its eclectic abilities through the uses of multiple dance stylings and deft footwork.
As we put away three meals or more a day, the ‘Food and Community’ exhibit on O’Neill’s third floor asks that we pause and look at the cultural importance of our place at the dinner table.
Sometimes monsters are not born, but made. The ‘Minos’ exhibit on O’Neill Three explores the larger societal implications of stigmatization found in myth that are often far too real in our own world.
Trailers can be deceiving. In a trailer, we may see what we want to see. Let’s hope ‘King Arthur’ remains a legend told in this world and not another.
Channeling the past and present, BC’s Dance Ensemble taps into its rich past and contemporary talent as it prepares to make unique strides in its latest show ‘Masquerade.’
From Fauré’s ‘Piano Quartet’ to a slew of beautiful ensembles of French verse, the ‘Turn of the Century France’ performance brought together compelling elements from this dawn of a new cultural age.
Daniel Neely discusses the gradual discovery and transition into an Irish ethno-centric style of music during the early 20th century in Boston.
University Chorale mixes old and new contemporary pieces to coalesce into one beautiful show that speaks to their talents and point to larger celestial themes of salvation.
Nic Cage is familiar with critics, but why has his name become synonymous with bad acting? He never backs down from a challenge and that is something to be admired.
HBO’s new comedy ‘Crashing’ is a little more real than funny, but the show starring Pete Holmes provides laughs amidst reality