Is it just me or has the crime drama genre gotten out of hand?
It seems like every week there is a new criminal mystery or conspiracy that takes great stars from serious melodramas to running the streets of L.A. in the rain to catch a predator. Not to mention the superfluous amount of detective shows on TV that takes timeslots from the usual sitcoms. . . .
On Friday and Saturday, Sept. 9-10 at 8 p.m., Citamard put on its production of “Wanda’s Visit” in Dutcher Hall.
The play, both Citamard’s final production of last semester and first of this one, was a hilarious but brief showing. . . .
On September 5 Millersville University welcomed Mad Chad Taylor to the Student Memorial Center. Millersville students have been anticipating him coming for some time now. The wait was finally over and the audience was not disappointed by his performance. . . .
Dr. Anita Renfroe gave a preview performance on the harpsichord Thursday September 4. She began introducing the series with her pleasant southern drawl, explaining each piece she would play and giving a background on each composer. . . .
Have you ever bought a cd by a band you liked, only to find that sometime while you were out getting beer or hiking the Appalachians or mending broken wings of baby birds they went and totally changed up their sound? Of course you have. Outrage! . . .
Finally English speakers can read Roberto Bolaño’s masterpiece novel “The Savage Detectives. Translated into English in 2007 by Natasha Wimmer, “The Savage Detectives” is an epic story spanning two decades and multiple continents. . . .
Off-beat, dark, different, yet movies many watched over and over. For the fall of 2008, the MU Cine club will bring to public view a series of film, that may not be on the top-10 list of film critics, but are often movies we watch. Movies with unusual off beat qualities that draw in audiences with diverse taste. . . .