Arts

Merely Players modifies classic play Prometheus Bound

By ZOE KURTZ – 8 years ago

Prometheus Bound, directed by Steven Wooley ’14 and starring Zachary Boylan ’16, premieres September 27 after a rather unconventional rehearsal schedule. Normally, a show’s process follows the schedule of the…

Concertmaster reflects on personal music career at VC

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 8 years ago

For Kevin Lee ’14, choosing to play the violin was not a thought out decision. “I just randomly chose the violin,” remarked Lee, a Biology major, research assistant and chair…

Cinematography can’t save mess of a thriller

By MAX ROOK – 8 years ago

One of the strangest parts of the fall “prestige” movie season, i.e. the time of year when all of the movies that are trying very hard to win Oscars are…

Horror-comedy has flashes of brilliance

By TYLER WILCH – 8 years ago

What you first need to know about You’re Next is that it is not an insanely amazing movie, nor will it be your favorite. However, there is just about no…

New Girl premieres on shaky ground, but entertaining

By TAYLOR THEWS – 8 years ago

Fall television has arrived, and the new season of New Girl has finally graced our screens with its presence. Delivering on its purpose, the show heralded much laughter from my…

VHP to host Haitian boys’ choir for charity

By MARGARET YAP – 8 years ago

Are you searching for something fun to bring your parents to as an appetizer for Freshman Families Weekend? Are you ready to listen to some fantastic music? Look no further—this…

Laymon’s work focuses on concepts of community

By EMMA DANIELS – 8 years ago

“I’m a walking regret, a truth-teller, a liar, a survivor, a frowning ellipsis, a witness, a dreamer, a teacher, a student, a joker, a writer whose eyes stay red, and…

Woodblock prints of Japanese tale travel to Art Gallery

By MARTHA LINO – 8 years ago

An inspiration for contemporary manga, video games and animated films, the “Tale of Genji”—a classic work of Japanese literature—will be the focus of the “Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints”…

Gómez confronts masculinity in verse

By CHARLACIA DENT – 8 years ago

Wordsmiths, the student poetry and spoken word organization, will kick off the year with a showcase featuring poet and speaker, Carlos Andres Gómez, as well as a range of other…