The play opens on a judge sitting with a gavel behind a makeshift bench calling to his bailiff. At first glance, this is a standard courtroom drama.
His wit was subtle but recognizable, and this wit carried over to his dirty jokes too.
When it came time to finally prepare a definitive edition of “Porgy,” Shirley was approached about the task, a labor which he has described as one of his greatest states of happiness.
The Midwest has a tradition of great band programs, and it’s largely thanks to our obsession with football.
Bell and Haywood’s playing was impeccable, each phrase flowing seamlessly into the next.
Whatever Kenneth MacMillan’s rendition of “Romeo and Juliet” lacked in dialogue, it made up for in raw, heartbreaking emotion.
The play is set in modern times, and its parallels to the relationship between North Korea and America are incredibly important.
The reaction of Gyasi’s readers to go in search of their own heritage speaks to the profound power of ancestry portrayed in the novel.
Unceasingly captivating, the students of the University’s Department of Dance delivered a performance of innovation and beauty, adding their own mark to the modern dance world.
Even this slightly more complicated view of Hamilton may not be entirely accurate; with some further research one can learn of Hamilton’s anti-democratic, almost authoritarian tendencies.