“The Rocky Horror Show” will be the culmination of Washington University’s celebration of the bicentennial of Mary Shelley’s novel “Frankenstein.” The play presents a more comedic spin on the classic tale, with newly engaged couple Brian and Janet accidentally joining the party where alien Dr. Frank-n-Furter announces his new creation: Rocky Horror, the perfect man.
Though the film is titled, “A Star is Born,” it is the fiery burning out of a star that takes center stage.
There will be a great migration of students who choose to drive (or take the Amtrak) up to Chicago; so, with that in mind, here are some albums to help fill the five-hour commute (or five-and-a-half-hour train ride) to the Windy City.
The long-awaited second season of “Big Mouth” came out October 5 on Netflix, and it’s meeting all expectations.
October is the month when goblins and ghouls crawl out of the woodwork, because it’s the month that signifies one thing and one thing only: Halloween.
Staying in St. Louis for fall break? Check out these concerts happening in the area.
Carly Rae Jepsen’s performance was incredible. I found myself bouncing along to song after song and occasionally screaming lyrics.
Finding niche “college bands” at this time of your life could be your secret rare Pokemon card that you share with the people that come after you.
High school may be an overused setting for television, but I promise you a visit to Overland Park High School will be a unique and memorable experience.
Check out these St. Louis-area concerts before you go home for fall break (if you have time during midterm season).