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<i>She Kills Monsters</i> is Bursting with Friendship, Foes, and Fantasy

She Kills Monsters is Bursting with Friendship, Foes, and Fantasy


Blood. Humor. Geeks. Nomadic Theatre’s spring production, Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters, is a comedic, action-packed, and down-to-earth narrative that is easy to enjoy. A heartfelt story about the fraught adolescence of a young girl, She Kills Monsters promotes self-love in a society of pressure and prejudice with a blend of witty dialogue and dynamic…

Beauty and Empathy in <i>A Fantastic Woman</i>

Beauty and Empathy in A Fantastic Woman


From Sebastian Lelio, the director of Gloria (2013), comes a highly anticipated movie nominated for this year’s Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Featuring Daniela Vega, Chile’s first openly transgender actress, A Fantastic Woman creates a ground-breaking platform for new ideas about beauty and strength, particularly within the transgender community. While it centers around…

The Weekly List: Out For A Drive

The Weekly List: Out For A Drive


Whether it’s a quick drive within the vicinity or a longer trip on the highway, it is essential to have the right soundtrack for your adventures. Here are a couple of songs to amp up your mood on the road.   1.Vice ft. John Bellion: “Obsession” With a fresh beat and catchy tune, this song…

How “Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play” Made the Stage

How “Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play” Made the Stage


The Simpsons have come to campus. Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society and Nomadic Theater collaborated to bring Anne Washburn’s Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play to Poulton Hall. Adapted from The Simpsons episode “Cape Feare,” Mr. Burns is a colorful meta-narrative infused with an amalgam of dark humor, nostalgia, music, drama, tension, and action. More importantly,…

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