Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 suspense film, has experienced a rebirth. The classic film centered around Norman Bates, a 30-something taxidermist and motel owner, and his assumption of the murderous alter-ego of his dead mother. The A&E TV network revived the film last year and converted it into a series called […]Read more ›
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The stage was nonexistent, and only a projector served as the opening prop. Director Izzy Bisese began this show, heavy with social commentary, with a poignant statement. Previously sitting as members of the audience, the actors rose and stepped to the front of the audience in two lines. Bisese deftly […]Read more ›
AR Wear, a company hoping to create a clothing line that will help defend women from sexual assault, released a four-minute video on Oct. 13 as part of a fundraising campaign. The line is projected to include exercise clothing for women who go jogging at night, underwear for those going […]Read more ›
Project Theater will be putting on The Laramie Project this upcoming weekend (Nov. 14 and Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 17 at 2 and 7:30 p.m.) in Chapin Auditorium. The show is a compilation of interviews with the population of Laramie, Wyoming after the killing of Matthew Shepard, a […]Read more ›
The air is frenetic, filled with a distinct, uncommon air of mystery and petty high school gossip. Women stride across the stage in cocktail dresses and accusations of infidelity are flung from actor to actor in a whirlwind of activity. This is Neil Simon’s perspective on the life of the […]Read more ›
On Tuesday, a law went into effect that placed heavy restrictions on abortion clinics in the state of Texas and that will result in the closure of a third of the thirty-seven clinics in the state. The new law, which was signed by Governor Rick Perry in late July, mandates […]Read more ›