Tisch New Theatre’s “Spring Awakening: In Concert” debuts a rockin’ production with stunning vocals.
Lea Filidore, Contributing Writer • Nov 15, 2022
Anicka Yi proves abstract art doesn’t have to be boring.
Natalia Palacino Carmago, Books & Theater Editor • Nov 8, 2022
Barbara Kruger’s newest exhibit is the most commercial, anti-capitalist exhibition about power dynamics and bodily autonomy.
Natalia Palacino, Books & Theater Editor • Sep 19, 2022
Nearly 60 years after the release of 'Six Moral Tales,' Rohmer's disassembly of the male ego is still relevant. His films are currently available to stream via Kanopy and Criterion Channel.
Quan Zhang, Contributing Writer • May 6, 2021
Having worked at the studio for over 14 years, Nate Purkeypile reflects on his time designing some of the most beloved RPGs of all time.
Nathan Chizen, Video Games Editor • Apr 29, 2021
Oscar Nominated “Quo Vadis, Aida?” allows the world to remember a horrific event that has been looked over for decades.
Victoria Carchietta, Staff Writer • Apr 29, 2021
This long-lost directorial debut by German director Wim Wenders about alienation in post-war Germany is playing for free as part of the 50th edition of the New Directors/New Films festival.
Nicolas Pedrero-Setzer, Arts Editor • Apr 22, 2021
Thomas Vinterberg untangles the complexities of substance abuse with a tale of four friends who engage in binge-drinking to break away from the monotony of everyday life. The Academy Award Nominated film is currently playing on Hulu.
Sophia Carr, Staff Writer • Apr 22, 2021
The visually unappealing and narratively boring “Tom and Jerry” lacks humor and creativity.
Saige Gipson, Contributing Writer • Apr 1, 2021