The After Hours Theatre show at Arts Fest 2018 presented the theatrical personalities of Boston College in a comedic and self-aware light.
Student filmmakers Marilyn Smith and Angelos Bougas debuted ‘Two Islands,’ their documentary about the Greek immigration crisis at Arts Fest.
CCE’s ‘The Devil Wears Fedora’ incorporated raunchy humor and realistic characters into the “whodunit” event.
The Dramatics Society’s most recent production, ‘The Addams Family,’ was executed with mastery and skill.
The McMullen Museum’s ‘Into the Collection: 20th Century Art’ exhibit featured many famous artists including Pablo Picasso.
Tyler, the Creator, Poo Bear, and Grouper all have new singles this week.
Brooklyn-based hip-hop group Flatbush Zombies flirt with different concepts to create a Youtube hit in movie montage music video for “Vacation (The Movie).”
‘Game Over, Man!’ lacks structure, believable characters, and any comedy of high quality whatsoever.
Boston College’s McMullen Museum’s installation of ‘Into the Collection: Japanese Works on Paper’ examines 18th and 19th century Japanese history and culture.
Student acts Shady Lady, Funky Giant, and Phenom V reigned supreme at Music Guild’s ‘Battle of the Bands’ competition on Thursday, Mar. 15.