The death of Wilder has made me spend a lot of time thinking about friendship, comedy, and specifically the influence that he and the rest of the Brooks clan have had on the world and, even more specifically, how I view it.
Though its far from being the most complex or sophisticated program on television, ‘Vice Principals’ takes a seemingly mundane occupation and injects it with an admirable and hilarious level of absurdity.
Although films like ‘The Lobster’ and ‘Captain Fantastic’ added a unique flare to summer movie landscape, these types of films didn’t do enough to make up for the damage caused by Hollywood’s love of sequels.
Full Swing, Uprising, and Phaymus made a lasting impression on those gathered to see BC’s dance groups Thursday afternoon.
With a mix of modernism, an old text, and a showy set, ‘The Servant of Two Masters’ showcases the best of what BC theater has to offer.
With technological growth at the forefront of America’s innovative minds and general populace alike, professor Peter Kreeft uses ‘The Lord of the Rings’ to remind readers of the dangers of obsessing over materiality.
Surrounding an iconic moment in history with a pseudo-historic, comedic narrative, ‘Elvis & Nixon’ shows that even rock and roll’s King had a more conservative side.