Arts & Entertainment

Fans of hit shows from the 2000s such as “iCarly,” “Drake & Josh” and “Wizards of Waverly Place” are in for a treat throughout April. “Tween TV” comedy sketches written by a new sketch writing …

Opinion

Hannibal Buress, a Chicago-born comedian, headlined Loyola’s 2018 Colossus, an annual two-night concert and comedy event put on by the university’s Department of Programming (DOP). When the highly anticipated performance began, Buress opened his show …

Arts & Entertainment

With each new romantic drama released, it becomes increasingly difficult to put a new spin on a boy-meets-girl love story. Hitting theaters March 23, “Midnight Sun” succeeds in creating a romantic drama that separates itself …

Theater

Video by Marissa Divine and Erin Kelly Story by Erin Kelly Hillary Clinton hasn’t been the star everyone expected in the primaries, but she’s center stage in one Loyola production. Hillary: A Modern Greek Tragedy …

Arts & Entertainment

With everything from poignant satire to outrageous improv, January marks the beginning of several new comedy events that can help ward off the winter blues. Kicking off this month at Stage 773 (1225 W. Belmont …

Arts & Entertainment

Although the house’s basement was small, 30 college students still managed to squeeze in and crowd around a small cleared space of floor that served as a stage. A few students spilled into the hallway …

Arts & Entertainment

Only a seasoned comedian like Todd Barry, with his dripping sarcasm and bored inflection, could make something as mundane as capers seem hilarious. During his show at the UP Comedy Club on Nov. 9, Barry …