Orly Salik

Audienceless Late-Night: Can Live Performance Go Digital?

Audienceless Late-Night: Can Live Performance Go Digital?


The top comment on Stephen Colbert’s first audienceless Late Show monologue reads “This feels like it was taped after Thanos snapped,” a reference to the post-apocalyptic world of 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. There’s no denying the eerie feeling of watching a conventional medium abandon its formula due to the unnerving set of recent events. With no…

Cunning and Absurd: <i>EMMA.</i> Finds Meaning in Frivolity

Cunning and Absurd: EMMA. Finds Meaning in Frivolity


“I would like to see Emma in love. And in some doubt of a return. It would do her good.” In one of his first on-screen appearances, Mr. Knightley (Johnny Flynn) speaks boldly of Emma’s selfishness—the two equally headstrong individuals seeking, perhaps futilely, to humble each other. A sparkling combination of hilarity, candidness, and frivolity,…

Storm Area 51: They Could Stop All of Them

Storm Area 51: They Could Stop All of Them


For weeks, the internet has been obsessed with one story and one story only: the storming of Area 51 set to occur on September 20, 2019. This past Friday, after three months of hype and memery, the fateful raid day finally arrived. Across the nation, all eyes were on the top secret government base, eager…

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