The Berkeley Beacon

Monday, January 23, 2017

Massive and majestic Renaissance emerges from MFA

It is no wonder that inside the Gund Gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston viewers stand...

Nightwatch director premieres Love Story at the Brattle

Danish director Ole Bornedal will be gracing The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge on March 27 with...

Aamp;E Web sites that get The Beacon#039;s stamp of approval

Even though its hard to believe, it is in fact Spring, and with the warm weather approaching,...

Strong monologues, powerful acting in effective Vagina

If I told you that iThe Vagina Monologues/i was being performed on the Emerson campus, chances...

Apocalyptically bad direction mars Snyder#039;s Watchmen

Only one good thing can be said about Zack Snyder's painfully flat and irrelevant adaptation of...

Two innovative new exhibits showing at the ICA

biMy Eyes Can Only Look At You/b/iIn 1907, pictures of naked women and bowls of fruit didn't seem...

Trailer Park

bi17 Again/i/bIs it terrible to pray that Zac Efron's first post-iHigh School Musical/i studio...

Depravity and dysfunction still the main event

"Birthed from the filthy brain of founder David Kleiler back in 1998," as their official Web site...

Warm and beguiling Love in Paul Rudd#039;s newest comedy

Actor Jason Segel is averse to simply labeling his new film iI Love You, Man/i as a "bromantic...

Emeralds, Rubies or Diamonds; take your pick

"Oohs" and "ahhs" arose from the crowd as the curtain came up on the opening night of The Boston...

The Whitest Kids U#039;Know speak on behalf of Miss March

Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger are not stupid. They know that their new film iMiss March/i could...

Great performances, grim reality in BCA#039;s Blackbird

Just a few short blocks from Emerson at the Boston Center for the Arts in the South End,...

The Mafia exposed, inside and out in gripping Gomorrah

From the incendiary opening scene in a tanning salon, it is clear that Director Matteo Garrone...

A Way of Being loses relevance in crammed panopticon

The Panopticon Gallery contradicts the work it displays. It forces the visitor to question...

Frightening Heads reveals complex Tales in Cambridge

Entering the Pierre Menard Gallery in Cambridge is like walking into some sick combination of a...