The new musical in town wants to be clear that it’s nothing like “Glee.” Other than the fact that it’s a musical, this is a statement I can agree with. Tonight, at 9 p.m. CST, NBC will premiere “Smash,” its new follow-up to “The Voice.” The show has a grown-up premise, unlike its “Glee”-ful competitor.
Today is Groundhog Day, the day that Punxsutawney Phil comes out from his hole and decides whether or not we are going to have six more weeks of winter.
Last April, “The Voice” premiered on NBC and became an instant hit thanks to those big red chairs. Audiences were dazzled by the strange audition process, which featured four superstar judges (Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine) turning around when they heard a voice they could just not resist.
While our grandparents may quietly complain about how different kids these days are from kids back in the day, we don’t expect to hear any complaints from our grandparents about the Chicago-based band Kids These Days, who the Gargoyle and Kuumba TV will bring to campus on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
The Oscars are having trouble finding their identity. Two years ago, they increased the number of Best Picture nominees from five to 10. Last year, to appeal to a younger audience, they hired James Franco and Anne Hathaway as hosts, but that didn’t turn out so well.
While most of you who are staying at school for Thanksgiving probably plan to spend the entire week sleeping and eating, we in Cadenza figured that might get a bit boring. Here are five things we would want to do if we were staying in town. 1.
I record the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade every year, because, really, I’m not going to wake up to watch it live. Still, I find myself fast-forwarding through most of the balloons and floats, because they are either old-fashioned or just plain boring.
Need something fun and cultured to do to hold off the long two weeks before Thanksgiving break finally arrives? Well, you’re in luck, as Thursday night marks the start of the 20th annual St.
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is a Halloween tradition. Every October, movie theaters, including our own Tivoli Theatre, host interactive showings. This year, student theater group Cast & Crew decided it was not content with seeing the show on screen and decided to put on the show itself. The show will premiere this weekend.
It seems that we Cadenza reporters often write about pop-culture-inspired Halloween costumes that we think would be awesome. We’re tired of the positive attention we’ve brought to some looks, so here are five costumes we absolutely do not want to see as the end of the month approaches.