Last night I watched Urinetown: The Musical ate Rutgers’ Livingston Theatre Company. And what a show! But what’s with the name? What’s with the public jokes about private things? Let’s find out.
When Beyonce drops an album, she drops an album! But this time she dropped it as a video album! Through the combination of motifs, themes, and settings, Beyonce created a movie of the videos for the songs of her new album to make point and spread some knowledge. What was the point?
The remake of a classic. How well was it executed? What did they keep? What did they do differently? Was it good or just as bed as the second one? Was it the one we wanted? Here is a review of Grease: Live
The dancing phenomenon, twerking. The dance shot to popularity in the early 2000s while the term became more popularly used in the early 2010s. This song, however, is not so much about twerking through it uses it’s popularity to do something funny.
In honor on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Pulitzer, I thought it fitting to discuss another musical that won the award as well. Coincidentally, Rutgers’ Cabaret Theatre just closed their production of the influential musical. Why choose a play about AIDS?
This is the must-see musical on Broadway right now. Other than the fact that it has amazing music and tells a story of history with an interesting funny twist, it also won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in Drama. I haven’t seen is yet (unfortunately) but I definitely recommend it.
A story about the non relationship formed between a girl dying and the boy who seems not to care. But mostly about that boy’s decision on what to do with his life and the people who help him make that choice. Why I kind of liked it…
Once I was 19 years old, writing about things that really interest me and that I hope will interest you. Once I listened to this songs that really spoke to me. Once I recommended a really cool song called Seven Years…
Completely different from a typical episode, episode 19 gave a wonderful performance of a well known play while still dealing with the same issues of today with a heartbreaking ending. A review of episode 19 of season 3.
Everyone should read Shakespeare. So much of English language today is taken from the way he used words. That being said, the way he uses words may not be for you. However, you might be surprised by how you might have already been exposed to Shakespeare and find you do like him.
Of Englelond to Caunterbury they wende… and told stories on the way. Taking a class on medieval literature sure has been eye-opening. The collection of tales all figuratively told by different people but literally told by one has a lot to teach about the societal norms, the types of people, and systems of medieval England.
This is a recommendation of the show The Fosters on Freeform (formally known as ABC Family). Here you will find basic info on this amazing show as an introductory post for weekly updates,