A departure from her usual sound, Mitski’s “Laurel Hell” is still engrossingly emotional.
2021 was a year of musical performance. Here are the albums that defined it.
With only a short time between the planned campus reopening and the Lunar New Year Festival’s scheduled performance, the group has had to make changes to their process.
Lin Manuel Miranda’s directing and Andrew Garfield’s acting add to the original musical, creating a beautiful movie experience.
Junior Luke Markinson releases a new song, “Tie Me Down,” about internalized homophobia and being constricted in a relationship.
Sitting in the audience, I could not tell that the dancers had ever been gone.
The new album shows a new side to Adele while proving she is still the queen of the power ballad.
Despite the strength of the acting, the play’s plot fails to make sense.
The performance, senior Grace Meyers’ dance thesis, used the Goldilocks story to examine deeper human experiences.
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