Saturday night, Emerson College’s avid gamers found their little slice of virtual solace in WECB’s event Saturday Night Geekout.
Romantic, familial, and musical drama will take the stage of Emerson’s Semel Theater tonight in Darling, a new work presented by Retrop Productions and Rareworks Theatre Company in association with New York-based label Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records.
Before his Tuesday event at the Semel Theater, Oscar-nominated actor Terrence Howard spoke with reporters from the Berkeley Beacon and freeform radio station WECB. Howard explained his lofty scientific ambitions, described why it's important to be a jack-of-all-trades, and shared how he viewed his acting career.
There’s something scarily jingoistic and reductive about the new action film Act of Valor. This by-the-numbers ‘splosion-fest is more of an extended promo for military recruiting than a coherent film.
Imagine a world where you couldn’t read road signs, letters from your daughter look like gibberish, and bank bills are a headache-inducing riddle. This is the harsh reality for the patriarch of a family in Kidding Around’s performance of José Cruz González’s play Salt and Pepper.
Anyone who’s ever come within a 500-foot radius of me knows that I’m a foaming-at-the-mouth romantic with a finely tuned sexual tension radar.
As seen in the Emerson College Shakespeare Society’s enthusiastic and high-energy Feb. 17 and 18 production of Julius Caesar, the eponymous hero remains just a catalyst for a larger governmental coup d’etat.
Pina gorgeously renders a collage of dance routines, making it one of the few films so far to offer something truly new with this technology.
The Help, set in the 1960s segregation-era Mississippi, follows writer Ms. Skeeter (Emma Stone) as she tries to come to terms with her missing maid Constantine by depicting the mistreatment of the maids in her non-fiction book.
Alexander Payne has made great films that carry inherent tragedy in their protagonists. The movies rose above other reflective character studies because it was never certain if these men actually deserved redemption.
Octogenarian Christopher Plummer will square off against septuagenarian Nick Nolte for Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars after providing the emotional anchors for two of 2011’s best films, Beginners and Warrior.
Midnight in Paris is the dream of every American lit major.
The Artist, a silent, black-and-white movie, has defied modern Hollywood conventions by becoming the breakout film of the awards season.
My Week With Marilyn is about more than Monroe. It tells the story of her tryst with a member of her fan club, Colin Clark.
David Fincher’s unflinching film adaptation of Girl with the Dragon Tattoo has a little bit of absolutely everything, and is well worth its two and a half hour run time.