Arts

Stroker defies ableist limitations

By – 2 weeks ago

When Ali Stroker was growing up, she had a dream of being on Broadway. Already a challenging feat, Stroker’s goal seemed even further away since she was confined to a…

Queer love poignantly represented

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 2 weeks ago

“Not only a symbol of stability, we are the ‘go to’ couple for both our families and our friends alike…But in 2008, as the only same-sex couple, we were the…

Perfume Genius live: from immersive to impeccable

By Olivia Feltus – 2 weeks ago

I am not the most experienced live-music-goer. In my life, I have seen a total of six concerts, Perfume Genius included. Luckily, this seems to be changing at a rapid…

Modfest’s multimedia show awes and awakens audiences

By Izzy Braham – 2 weeks ago

Powerful. at is the only way to describe Vassar’s Modfest event “Music, Words, and Images,” a performance that helped kick off the festival on Feb. 2. Modfest is Vassar’s annual…

The Loeb showcases obscure Warhol masterpieces

By Matt Stein – 3 weeks ago

In an iconic scene from Jorgen Leth’s 1982 arthouse film “66 Scenes From America,” Andy Warhol unwraps a hamburger, dips it in some ketchup, eats the burger and says to…

Idlewild devises sea shanty show

By Matt Stein – 3 months ago

Creating a work from a simple concept can seem like a miracle. One word or idea suddenly sparks a curiosity that grows into an hour-long production filled with a rich…