Arts

What happened to Halsey?

By Patrick Tanella – 3 weeks ago

Whether you’re scrolling through your Twitter feed, Instagram or even The New York Times, you can find the name Halsey. This mesmerizing artist seems to have emerged out of nowhere,…

Show adds noir style to classic play

By Matt Stein – 3 weeks ago

Over the summer, The Public Theater staged a production of William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in Central Park for their Shakespeare in the Park program. Morphing the character of Julius Caesar…

Dark comedy explores distorted journey of amnesiac

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 3 weeks ago

Comedy and tragedy, laughter and despair, humor and mental health issues—one would expect these elements to be intrinsically contradictory, yet the lines between these historically separated genres blend and distort…

Nosaj Thing rises above electronic music stereotypes

By Jimmy Christon – 3 weeks ago

Two bothersome monikers that have been attached to electronic music are “video game music” or “rave music.” It’s been labeled, that is, as a type of music that serves a…

Why artists do the play

By – 4 weeks ago

Art, in its essence, is a collaborative process. Even if one person produces the art, there’s still a shared experience created between the artist and the spectator. In theatre, this…

Play critiques melancholy’s idealization

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 4 weeks ago

How do we conceptualize melancholy? Is there beauty in sadness? Are we attracted, in some twisted way, to the idea of sorrow? “Melancholy Play,” a senior project in drama for…