Travel is my method of fleeing from this era for a week or two, a way of living in another time while not really being there at all. It’s fleeting, but it’s eye-opening.
MUSKET did a wonderful job of giving the audience glimpses of the underlying fascist revolution while maintaining that life revolved around the complete opposite — parties and wild entertainment.
If dance is the art form that makes your heart sing, consider the School of Music, Theatre & Dance’s “hand&hand” Senior BFA showcase.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, in collaboration with the University Musical Society (UMS), returns to the Power Center this fall with “Two Different Programs,” to use contemporary dance as their personal appeal for action.
World poverty is understandably grim, but FeelGood tries to tackle the problem with optimism instead.
Death was pushed right in front of my face, narrating Liesel and Rudy’s world, and I wasn’t convinced for a second.
Silky and straight hair isn’t realistic for the majority of Indian women. But because of Bollywood, it’s what every Indian woman aspires to have.
Soaring above us, thundering sheets of water crashing down onto the rocks, the Great Falls roared.
This change in humor took away from everything the first act had created. The production seemed more comical instead of a critique on class struggle.