Tag Archives: Fine Arts

Movie review: Dallas Buyers Club

A changed man fighting for his life Sex and drugs. A straight man is tested positive for HIV but denies the sickness because of the homosexual connotations. Yelling at the nurse, Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) is horrified by his ruined image and 30-day death sentence. The panic of finding drugs …

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Movie review: Her

In love or just lonely? Society is broken. Technology has taken over everyday life. Social interaction is slim, many have their love letters written for them and a one-night stand can be arranged without even getting out of bed. This all happens within the first 15 minutes of the film. …

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Student Showcase 2014

The annual student showcase, a compilation of scenes written, directed and performed by students, was held on Jan. 25 in the North Campus chapel. Six scenes were performed and two videos were shown, all listed below in order of the show: “My Best Friend is a Smartphone” – Written & directed by Maggie …

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Bring Tissues: Anatomy of Gray play review

Dynamic performances make fall play well-worth watching It’s hard for anything to make someone both laugh and cry in the space of only a few moments, but in The Anatomy of Gray the Minnehaha Players do just that. The small cast is dynamic and interactive and makes the audience feel …

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