Theater

Kalliope Bessler, a 21-year-old junior at Loyola studying theater, was taking a Shakespeare class when she was tasked with a monologue from Titania, the queen of the fairies in William Shakespeare’s  “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” …

Dance

With masks, isolation and added sanitation rituals, this pandemic has been viewed by many as burdensome and even downright tragic. But Yoshihisa Arai’s choreography to “Boléro” is inspired by a humanistic outlook of the pandemic. …

Film & TV

Director: J BlakesonDate: Feb. 19, 2020 R | 1 hour 59 minutes Directed by J Blakeson, “I Care a Lot” features Rosamund Pike as Marla Grayson, a fashionably fraudulent con woman who uses her title …

Music

On Ryan Sevilla’s wall hang two vintage film posters — Lon Chaney’s “Phantom of the Opera” and Karl Freund’s “The Mummy” — a combo of classic horror and theatricality that his band, Sixty Lumens, blends …

Film & TV

Director: Chloé ZhaoDate: Feb. 19, 2021 R | 1 hour 50 minutes Spending a year with Fern (Frances McDormand) in “Nomadland” as she travels with the seasons and job opportunities — a “modern-day nomad” in the …

Gaming

Back in June 2020, fans were absolutely thrilled when FromSoftware announced “Demon’s Souls” was getting a remastered version for the PlayStation 5. Released Nov. 12, the new game follows the original’s release for PlayStation 3 …

Music

As the pandemic encroaches on one year of national shutdowns and social distancing, disco-pop music, like many forms of entertainment, has lost its home: the dance floor. Disco accelerates time with rhythm and optimism for …

From America’s golden girl to the butt of every late-night joke, pop star Britney Spears has become a media case study in the way our misogynistic society tees women up only to tear them down.  …