The Lighting Thief was an incredible experience ripe with comedy, drama, amazing music, and stunning technical elements. Whether you are a Percy Jackson fan, musical enthusiast, or just a person who likes to have a good time, I would highly recommend going to see this show.
From a chills-inducing opening scene to stunning CGI visuals to a breathtaking soundtrack by Tim Rice and Elton John, The Lion King is truly captivating, so “Be Prepared.”
Jagged Little Pill, a jukebox musical inspired by the album of the same title by Alanis Morissette, ran from 5 May 2018 until 15 July 2018 at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, with Fun Home star Lauren Patten playing Jo. Jagged Little Pill addresses key issues in today’s world, including sexual assault, gender identity (Jo identifies as genderqueer), and opiate addiction. The show, a smash hit with audiences in Cambridge, is set to transfer to Broadway this fall.
Last Tuesday, two of our journalists had the amazing opportunity to attend a press screening of Men in Black: International. The movie stars Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, and opened officially on Friday, 14 June 2019 to mixed reviews from leading critics. Here’s what our reviewers had to say:
The Matignon Drama Company’s fall production was “The Man Who Came to Dinner”; a Kaufman and Hart piece, the play tells the story of a injured radio man, Mr. Whiteside, who is bound to his wheelchair in the home of a wealthy family in the… Read More
Dirty Dancing Returns… Again? By: Angelina Kemmett, ’18 If critics crushed the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing, why would it be revived on stage? The answer is simple: decades-long audience adoration that shows no signs of slowing. In reality, it is not a review from a professional… Read More
By: Angelina Kemmett Everyone has heard of The Sound of Music. Most would first think of the Julie Andrews movie musical, perhaps focusing on the song “My Favorite Things,” popularly used as a Christmas carol. But before the true story of the Trapp Family Singers… Read More