In the echoed opening of Graham Chapel, around 400 people sat in pews Thursday night listening to early 2000s jams as we waited for the fall comedy show to begin.
What began as a quiet evening ended in an explosion of sound and color, as artists Ruby The RabbitFoot and of Montreal took the stage at the Ready Room this past Thursday night.
“In nature, a murmuration is a flock of starlings that produces intricate patterns during flight.” The Murmuration Festival is, in its own words, “the convergence of art, music, science and tech.”
This Friday at the Village Blackbox, Cast N’ Crew is bringing you the opportunity to relive the television show that set the bar for science-fiction, fantasy and supernatural TV: The Twilight Zone, a series by Rod Sterling that ran for five seasons on CBS from 1959 to 1964.
On Saturday, September 17th, Outside the Wire—a Brooklyn-based social impact company aimed at using theatre and media to engage communities in discussions about public health and social issues—presented Antigone in Ferguson.
The St. Louis summer drew to a close last Wednesday night as several hundred St. Louisians piled in to enjoy the St. Louis Symphony give its first free performance of the 136th season. The evening’s program included an eclectic but familiar blend of music, with a lineup that included a couple of patriotic classics, a popular spiritual hymn, one of Mozart’s most recognizable tunes and “Raider’s March” from “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”
While Wash. U.’s film program might not be as acclaimed as the University of Southern California’s or New York University’s, there’s still a small, but active, film scene right here on the Danforth Campus—and CMF gave our student filmmakers a chance to explore their passions and show off their talents in a less formal setting.
lthough LouFest may already seem like a distant memory, the sound and energy of music culture lives on. During the festival, I had the opportunity to sit down with Nate Zuercher, Spencer Cross, Judah Akers and Brian Macdonald of Judah & the Lion and get their take on their rise to stardom and their experience at this particularly muddy year of LouFest.
The 2016 edition of LouFest may have suffered from mud pits and a severe lack of Beyonce, but there was plenty of great music to be found among both headliners and the less well-known names on the schedule.
When listening to an album called “Big Mess,” you would think that the songs would be disjointed and unfinished. However, quite the opposite is true with GROUPLOVE’s third studio album.