Anna Shuster

Concert Preview: Portugal. the Man, Feb. 24, The Anthem

Concert Preview: Portugal. the Man, Feb. 24, The Anthem

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02/20/2018

This Saturday, Portugal. The Man brings their pop-flavored psych rock to DC’s latest venue, The Anthem. They vaulted the alternative charts last summer with their unapologetically retro single, “Feel It Still,” but they refuse to slow down; now they’re travelling the world with a packed tour schedule to plug their latest album, Woodstock. This band…

Historic Presidential Portraits Offer Comfort, Inspiration

Historic Presidential Portraits Offer Comfort, Inspiration

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02/19/2018

By now, the stunning portraits of President Barack Obama and Former First Lady Michelle Obama are all over the internet. We’ve seen the President’s pensive gaze framed with striking green foliage and the First Lady’s undeniable coolness captured in gray and blue. But on the morning of Feb. 12, special guests and members of the…

<i>Fugue</i> Explores Memory, Identity, and the Secrets We Keep

Fugue Explores Memory, Identity, and the Secrets We Keep

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10/28/2016

Nomadic Theatre’s first production of the season, Fugue, handles intense themes and an ambitious script with tact and skill. Identity, sexuality, guilt, grief, and the complexity of the human existence are unpacked in this two-and-a-half-hour production, directed and produced by Mark Camilli (COL ’19) and Samantha Matta (COL ’19). This thoughtful production also marks the opening of the brand…

Raving in the Rain: All Things Go Fall Classic

Raving in the Rain: All Things Go Fall Classic

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10/15/2016

This year’s All Things Go Fall Classic was full of promise: star headliners like Passion Pit and Empire of the Sun were sure to give amazing performances, and a killer lineup of foodie favorites was ready to feed the masses. Unfortunately the weather had other plans. The rain killed the mood of the afternoon, and…

Life Put To Film: <i>Moonlight</i> is an Impressive Exercise in Storytelling

Life Put To Film: Moonlight is an Impressive Exercise in Storytelling

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09/29/2016

Moonlight is unlike any other film you’ll likely see in a mainstream theater. Amid a sea of sequels and remakes, its screenplay is thrillingly original. The 110-minute film explores masculinity and sexuality with tenderness and tact, abandoning coming-of-age-story tropes for the ambiguity and complexity of real life. Well acted, uniquely written, and visually stunning, Moonlight…

Preview: All Things Go Fall Classic 10/8

Preview: All Things Go Fall Classic 10/8

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09/20/2016

The third annual All Things Go Fall Classic music festival will hit Yards Park at The Capitol Riverfront on Saturday, October 8. Passion Pit and electronic duo Empire of the Sun will headline this one-day event, which also features indie pop up-and-comers like Sylvan Esso, Pop ETC, and Bishop Briggs. To complement this stellar lineup,…

Bastille Returns with Confidence

Bastille Returns with Confidence

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09/16/2016

It’s been three long years since Bastille’s first album, Bad Blood, rocketed the band into the public eye. Their single, “Pompeii,” was certified 5x platinum after selling 5,000,000 copies, driving these indie rock darlings toward mainstream success. Wild World, the band’s newest release, combines the catchy hooks and raw feeling that made Bastille famous with…

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