Olivia Dimond, Bates College
Since late 2017, many of the streaming platform’s releases have included romantic comedies, signaling an industry-wide shift back toward the genre.
The two women have turned the tables on a music genre that’s usually dominated by men.
COVID-19 has radically changed the school year for college students, especially their dining experience. For many, the dorm is the new dining hall.
The COVID-19 pandemic has plenty of college kids asking — can you really have fun without alcohol?
The Freeform miniseries is one of the first scripted shows exploring the pandemic — filmed at the homes of actors already in quarantine together.
The group is dedicated to getting the theatrical works of female, trans and nonbinary playwrights onto the Broadway stage.
Fans’ complaints, wishes and demands managed to make it into the show’s second season, with one notable exception.
Many people think of the disorder as a learning disability that makes kids hyper and easily distracted, but it’s much more complicated than that.
Impressive action sequences, a well-executed concept and massive strides in representation make the action comic book film worth watching.
Like any piece of historical fiction, the musical takes some artistic license, but fans are now wondering if the show has gone too far.
There are many award-winning musicals on Disney+ and other streaming platforms that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home.
The virtual inaugural ceremony held on Juneteenth was a celebratory leap forward for Black lives, achievement and artistry.
While the first season packed juicy storylines and absurdity into eight episodes, the new season tones a lot down — including the characters’ sexualities.
A departure from the lighthearted comedy you might normally expect from Judd Apatow, this film is engaging, heartfelt and real.
Strong lead performances from Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae make up for the weaknesses in this rom-com murder caper’s script.
People are watching illegally recorded videos of Broadway shows now more than ever. Will this lead to larger audiences after the pandemic? Or will it lead to the demise of theater?
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