Written in 1891 by German playwright Frank Wedekind to contribute to nationwide discussions and criticisms of the repression of German society and schools, the play is long, cynically dark and often impossible to understand.
The final weekend of “Gaypril,” a month devoted to creating more visibility for LGBTQ groups on campus, was celebrated by the timely premiere of Millennium[…]
Dance-making has deep roots, in the experiences of choreographer and dancer alike. For the four senior dance majors whose choreographic work composed “Threshold” this past[…]
WRMC’s annual spring concert, Sepomana, offered an exciting and eclectic lineup of acts spanning genres and continents. Hosted in the McCullough Student Center’s Wilson Hall,[…]
The sun is shining, trees are blooming and Paul Lewis is returning to Middlebury. This Friday, the Performing Arts Series offers a sell-out concert to[…]
It is a bit of a break from the norm for this column to talk about a car company, but on April 30 Tesla Motors[…]
In a general way, I think that the saddest stories are the ones that depict injustice against decent people. Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan does more than[…]