Arts & Entertainment

Frozen: Tutus, Pirouettes, Pointe Shoes

Frozen: Tutus, Pirouettes, Pointe Shoes

Photo Credit: Southern Ballet Theatre It is one thing to watch Disney’s Frozen on DVD, another to experience it on ice and something else entirely to watch it come to life as a ballet performance. The Southern Ballet Theatre performed this...

 

Backlash for child star

Backlash for child star

Photo Credit: ABC Former child star, Raven-Symoné has made headlines yet again for comments that she made a few weeks ago regarding Michelle Obama. Univision host Rodner Figueroa made a comment stating that First Lady Michelle Obama “looks...

 

Theory of Everything: A story of life’s obstacles

Theory of Everything: A story of life’s obstacles

Photo Credit: Universal The Oscar Award winning film, The Theory of Everything, is based on a true story of how British scientist, Stephen Hawking, became famous for his scientific theory of black holes. Not only was he famous for his groundbreaking...

 

Birdman cleans up at the box office

Birdman cleans up at the box office

Photo Credit: Entertainment Weekly Birdman, or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), has been on a winning streak since its release in October 2014. The film has been received several prestigious awards−notably at the Academy Awards, the Directors...

 

Wickedly Good

Wickedly Good

Photo Credit: The Fox Theatre The Fox Theatre’s latest performance, the three-time Tony award-winning musical Wicked, ran from Feb. 18 to Mar. 8 at the Atlanta venue. Wicked is the product of composer Stephen Schwartz and writer Winnie Holzman,...

 

Band of Professors Rock the Alley Cat

Band of Professors Rock the Alley Cat

Photo Credit: Ashley Rollins Favela, a band of UWG professors, brought a new sound to Carrollton in their performance at The Alley Cat Friday, Feb. 20. The songs were split into two sets of eight songs each, with a short intermission between,...

 

Empire state of mind

Empire state of mind

  Photo Credit: Fox FOX’s new addicting drama has mouths open, heads bopping and sides hurting. Empire is about Cookie Lyon, played by Taraji P. Henson, and her determination to own the record label that she shares with her ex-husband....

 

Whips, chains and impassioned opinions

Whips, chains and impassioned opinions

Photo Credit: Universal The heavily anticipated film adaptation of the 2011 erotic romance novel by E.L. James made its debut in theaters Feb. 13 ─just in time for Valentine’s Day. Despite grossing $94.4 million in its opening weekend, negative...

 

NAACP honors African-American entertainers

Many actors and actresses took the stage with thank you speeches Friday, Feb. 6. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, NAACP aired its 46th Image Awards on TV One. ABC’s black-ish actor Anthony Anderson hosted the...

 

Cabral debuts Anon(ymous)

Cabral debuts Anon(ymous)

Photo Credit: UWG The University of West Georgia’s Theatre Company will debut their first play of the spring season called Anon(ymous) by Naomi Iizuka. The play will be performed Feb. 25-28th in The Townsend Center, New faculty member, Adriano...

 
 
 
 

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