For the most part, not much is to be expected in community theater productions because, for the most part, they are horrible.
There is an absolutely bizarre scene at the 25-minute mark of Mark Walhberg's new film, Rock Star.
IT-LIST FEMALE: I will always love you. You saved my life.
There can only be one reason why no one is screaming about how many Grammys the group Restiform Bodies will be raking in next year--no one really knows what genre to place them in.
DUI. Driving Under the Influence, right? Nope. A group of 10 guys with an oh-so-clever name that do improv at Duke University? Yes, sort of.
Armed with a Casio, glow-in-the-dark face paint and some ridiculously gigantic headgear, Japanese trio eX-Girl will take on the lazy indie-rock scene at Go! Studios in Carrboro next Tuesday.
Rodolfo Abularach's new exhibition at the Duke Museum of Art is a highly repetitive visual feast, infused with a thin layer of meaning and thought only at is conclusion.
"Real people. Real issues." Real World?.
It's a rare and beautiful thing when the words of an artist expressed through song so accurately reflect the feelings of the common listener.
Think your earning potential's through the roof? Ever wonder about your real net worth? A new website lets you put your opinions to the test.
Jesus playing football? How about running on a track?.
The decision by Tim Blake Nelson to direct Brad Kaaya's screenplay for the film O is neatly summarized by the following quote from the third scene of the third act of William Shakespeare's Othello:.
Forget about its length. For the love of God, forget about its length.
What is most striking about John Cameron Mitchell's Hedwig and the Angry Inch is not the story of a down-on-his-luck transsexual, nor is it the message that sexual orientation is a fluid...
The first 10 minutes of Kevin Smith's newest film, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, epitomize why the last of the writer-director-actor's "View Askew" or "New Jersey" films is both so good and yet...
The commercials and previews for Bubble Boy really haven't done justice to this meaningful comedy, a spoof on the situation of the real-life "Boy in the Bubble.
Durham's Manbites Dog Theater Company is presenting a production of Kenneth Lonergan's This is Our Youth.