If you don’t remember scream-singing along to B*Witched’s1998 hit single “C’est La Vie” (admittedly, this is less likely if you weren’t a girl), then you probably missed out on a large part of childhood.
Did anyone ask for this? Anyone? You? You asked for this? Listen, I get it. It sounds crazy enough: a collaboration between Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, singing jazz standards no less.
Let’s go ahead and just fast forward to the inevitable ending of this article: the ending of “Skeleton Twins” was a little unrealistic. Okay. Moving on, because the majority of the 92-minute film was a well-written and beautiful depiction of depression, loneliness and the unbreakable tie of being a sibling.
“Gotham” looks to emulate Nolan’s grim tone and achieves it in its own right by the end of the pilot episode.
Residency in Dance Guest Artist Kameron Saunderes will perform an original piece at the Wash. U. Dance Theater this December.
Although this show tries to stick out from the norm by pioneering a setting rarely seen on TV—a pediatric ward—it doesn’t accomplish what it intends to due to its obvious intention to avoid any real drama.
Between jokes about brick walls, stories about drug experiences and jabs at Lorne Michaels, Brooks Wheelan proved during his stand-up set at the Funny Bone in St. Louis on Thursday that getting fired from “Saturday Night Live” doesn’t mean you’re not funny.
Sir Sly’s debut is immensely impressive in that it was able to build beautifully upon an already flawless EP. The band’s sound can only be characterized as brilliant darkness.
The newest season brings a fresh batch of celebrity contestants, dazzling rhinestone outfits and perfectly punny comments.
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend that won’t require a wallet, look no further than the performing arts events on campus. Take advantage of these amazing performances and artists right on our campus!