Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor The new Broadway musical “Waitress” tells the story of a down on her luck server named Jenna (Shoshana Bean). Jenna lives with an abusive mess of a husband, Earl . . .
Colin Vandenberg Arts and Culture Copy Editor There was always something special about this “Shazam” project. Following the financial success of 2013’s “Man Of Steel,” Warner Brothers went full-steam-ahead on their own cinematic universe in . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor On Wednesday, March 27th, the Women’s and Gender Studies group at Millersville University hosted a screening of the documentary, ‘Woman on Fire’. This film told the inspiring story of . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor John Cariani’s delightful quirky comedy, Almost Maine tells the story of ten people living in a small area of Maine, each with their own story. The play is done . . .
David Milam Staff Writer Captain Marvel enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as a solid standalone film, but fails to live up to the intensity, story and quality of the more recent team-up films. Set . . .
Jessie Garrison Associate Opinions Editor “Shakespeare, for me, was going to be a long-term relationship,” Justin Hopkins appropriately explains the day after Valentine’s Day. Dressed in traditional Shakespearian garb, the Franklin and Marshall writing professor . . .
Kaylee Rex Managing Editor Last week, eight Marauder Music Production students traveled to Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest conference and music festival. The event celebrates the convergence of the interactive, film, and music . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Jez Butterworth’s sprawling family drama, ‘The Ferryman’, takes audiences into 1981 Northern Ireland, into the house of the Carney family as they plan for their annual family harvest. What . . .