The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, May 6, 2016

Joyful and persistent, Van Sant#039;s Milk is a must

Director Gus Van Sant has had a very successful 2008. This spring he released iParanoid Park/i,...

The musical Little Women embraces escapism

Just in time for the holiday season, iLittle Women/i, a musical that focuses on the importance of...

Emerson alum remains unbiased in new doc

Steve Miller

Huntington Theater Rocks to Stoppard

Kate Andrews

Hankey#039;s Face and Places shows shape, sophistication

Channah Barkhordari

A multi-layered Merchant at Midway Studios

Catherine Viglienzoni

Early Oscar predictions: Best Picture

Sean Dalal

The underdogs with Oscar potential

Harry Vaughn

War worth investigating at Coolidge Corner

Dan Horgan

Rareworks#039; Five Women Wearing the Same Dress bites into love and marriage

Matthew Leavis

Beacon music columnist gets to the core of Passion Pit

p>"I feel like we're at the point right now where we're going to have to decide on a defining...

In Emerson Stage#039;s The Hundred Dresses, a children#039;s tale embraces tough themes

Justin Nako

Boyle#039;s Slumdog soars and then stumbles

Sean Dalal

Whiteread#039;s Village glows at the M.F.A.

Terri Ciccone

Bad president still alive and well in November

Terri Ciccone