School theater productions like “Chicago” get students involved in theater, but those who participate in theater outside of school have different opportunities.
Netflix launched a new miniseries in September that was released to critical acclaim.
“Unbelievable” is adapted from a 12,000 word article “An Unbelievable Story of Rape” by Ken Armstrong and T. Christian Miller published in 2015. It follows a series of rapes in Washington and Colorado from 2008 to 2011. The story won several awards, including the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting.
Emily Stisser Entertainment Columnist After 15 distinguished years in the industry, Taylor Swift has yet to comply with benchmark expectations. “Lover” only supports this conclusion, and pervading Swift’s empire as female sound of our time. “I Forgot That You Existed”… Read More ›
For anyone looking to extend dining experiences to outside the Webster bubble, The Living Room is a great place to go.
After the Ted Bundy documentaries were released on Netflix and Hulu earlier this year, people spent hours binge watching the psycho killer’s story.
Samantha Massena Contributing Writer After One Act auditions, student actors, stage managers and directors begin the process of preparing seven different plays, all written by students. The show date is May 7, in the Black Box Theater and will cost… Read More ›
“Us” sets up a terrifying, modern-day framework that plots the psyche against the body. Created by Monkeypaw Productions, the thrilling horror film examines the inevitable mayhem that occurs when these two forces converge.
“Freshly Broke Productions,” a theater company founded by seniors Ethan Ryan, Sammy Toskin, and Christian Ragain, will produce the spring mainstage play, “It’s a Mystery.”
“It’s a Mystery” is written by Ryan and directed by Toskin, and it’s the company’s biggest project yet.
“Heard it in a Past Life,” fully written and co-produced by Folk-pop singer Maggie Rogers, comprehensively elates the experiences and feelings of change. Rogers’ first major-label debut album with Capitol Records was released Jan. 18. Upon release, the album placed… Read More ›
Although the Wii Shop Channel’s closure may not affect those who’ve moved on to next-generation consoles, its shutdown comes with major ramifications to something that affects the games industry at large: media preservation. The Wii Shop Channel wasn’t just a… Read More ›
Kevin Hart is one of the few famous figures that willingly and directly addresses their wrongdoings instead of fading into the shadows until the issue is forgotten. Hopefully, Hart will have a second chance to host the Oscars in the future.
“On the Basis of Sex,” directed by Mimi Ledger, was released on Dec. 28. Despite falling short of a Golden Globe nomination, the film did not fail to inspire hope for all ages. Felicity Jones (“The Theory of Everything”) plays… Read More ›
Since 1967’s “Kinoautomat,” a movie based on audience choices, filmmakers have attempted to make interactive films mainstream, yet little has come of this. “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” shows that basic mistakes are holding back this advancement.
Isabella Ferrell Contributing Writer Plenty of films in the last decade have circled the topic of substance abuse. Movies like fictional films “A Star is Born,” to autobiographical films like “Moonlight” capture the heartbreaking reality of addiction. “Beautiful Boy” does… Read More ›
Ethan Ryan Contributing Writer Freddie Mercury was a maestro, making doubters bite the dust while rocking his way to being a champion until his final breath. “Bohemian Rhapsody” depicts his infinite legacy as per the phrase “fearless lives forever.” The… Read More ›
Elise Wilke-Grimm Contributing Writer Come to Clover and the Bee in Webster Groves and expect a trendy and enjoyable experience. Cozy coffee shop in the morning and upbeat outlet at night. Clover and the Bee serves breakfast, lunch and dinner…. Read More ›