Self-referential meta-art breaks the viewer’s immersion in a story, but gives them a new level of access to their beloved characters.
Boston College Arts Council’s ‘After Hours Theatre’ dedicated the student-run, spirited performances to its department students in a fun-loving format.
Even with absurd spectacle, the action genre features characters that get things done, which makes up for an oftentimes hollow plot.
Though many peoples share a culture and heritage, no two people hold the same experiences. The ‘Untold Stories’ exhibit documents this idea in the Asian American and Pacific Islander students on campus.
The University Wind Ensemble presented an evening of internationally-inspired music with an abundance of energy and immense talent.
TV fanatics can expect the return of their favorite shows this summer, as well as new series that feature distinctive takes on TV genres that they already enjoy.
Even if a performance falls a bit flat, one can still appreciate the energy and spirit that created the show.
Comedy group My Mother’s Fleabag entertained audiences with their random and witty improvised performance, and reflected on the common situations of BC students at large.
Fans will love the Cold War Kids’ ‘LA Divine,’ which represents their stellar songwriting and blues rock sound with a reflective and authentic album.
It’s easy to stigmatize genres that one may not wholeheartedly embrace, but acknowledging our own nerd tendencies and accepting those of others would be better for everyone.