Last Friday and Saturday, Tess Burgler ’09 presented her Senior I.S. production, entitled Original Shakespeare Theatre.
The idea was to use original practice methods to make a performance as close as possible to how Shakespeare would have done it, while still being interesting and enjoyable to both Shakespeare fans and non-fans. As a casual fan of the bard, I found the performance quite enjoyable, but I’m not sure whether or not it appealed to non-Shakespeare fans as well as it could have. Continue reading Nathan Comstock reviews theatre I.S. show
Here’s something fun to try: stick your hand into a bag of jellybeans and blindly shove into your mouth whatever multi-colored spices you grasp.
With all likelihood, the resulting flavor will be something that is best described as a licorice-coated insult to your taste buds.
Separately, the flavors all taste just fine, but when mixed together something so disgustingly vile is created that not even a starving dog would eat it. Continue reading Okkervil River doesn’t flow well
Last Friday night to kick off family weekend, all of the campus a capella groups performed in McGaw Chapel. The four campus groups put on a dazzling performance for Wooster students and their parents.
These groups are student-led, giving them vast freedom in what music they choose to focus on and perform.
After These Messages, one of two all-female a capella groups, was the first group to perform. Continue reading A capella groups kick off Family Weekend
Artists, no matter how creative they may be, must derive inspiration from somewhere, and as art is at its most basic form about communication, the transference of ideas from one person to another, these creative mines can generally be found within relationships. Continue reading Voice talks to GLCA-winning poet Ander Monson
Regarding celebrities, bad publicity usually trumps the good.
Entertainment news is plastered with articles regarding the bad parenting of the Spears family, Lindsay Lohan’s new girlfriend and the parenthetical and marginal lives of the “characters” from The Hills.
Sometimes, it is hard to take entertainment news seriously. Continue reading Celebrity philanthropists
In Martin Millar’s “Suzy, Led Zeppelin, and Me,” he writes, “I’m not going to say much about school.
After all, you were at school. You know what it’s like.”
Teenage misery is universal. Even if your high school years were wonderful, some difficulty probably dogged your footsteps. Continue reading “Suzy, Led Zeppelin, and Me” a good read