BY COMMUNITY CULTURE WRITERS
1. School of Music, Theatre & Dance's “Cabaret”
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
For those of us who are graduating in May, there’s a very different emotion to contend with: fear.
BY GRACE HAMILTON
An appreciation for museums ensures that learning doesn’t stop the second the class period ends, when we graduate college or after we get a job. There is always more to be seen, more histories to be opened up, more piles of rock to stand on.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
“Dead Man Walking,” an opera created by Jake Heggie and Tony-Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally, is not your typical opera. This show, put on by the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, was powerful, moving and far beyond the expectations of a skeptical college student.
BY GILLIAN JAKAB
Perhaps no one is more responsible for the ascendency of comics than Françoise Mouly, Art Editor of The New Yorker. Mouly brought comics from the fringe underground of basement bookstores to the haute-couture of The New Yorker covers and museum retrospectives.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
Maristain’s biography is a welcome and enjoyable salve to any inclination to write out the life of an author, as if writers in writing forgot to live or only did so by accident.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
Ikeda, who was born in Japan and now resides and works primarily out of Paris, is a world-renowned visual artist and electronic composer who has exhibited work and put up installations in many major metropolitan areas.
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