Thursday, January 18, 2018

‘Marshall’ touts both rhythm and blues

Before he became the nation’s first African-American Supreme Court Justice or won Brown v. Board of Education, Thurgood Marshall earned his stripes as a...

College graduates to Hollywood executives: how Vanderbilt alumni made it onto...

Rich Hull As an undergraduate English major at Vanderbilt, Rich Hull never considered working in Hollywood. That changed the summer after graduation, when he left...

Momentum Dance Company: a mix of jazz, hip-hop, ballet and more

The auditorium was dark, and there were no signs of dancers. Suddenly, the stage is lit up by LED bracelets, and the dance begins....

‘Blade Runner 2049’ is a pulse-pounding, contemplative tour-de-force

Villeneuve’s film is bold and insightful, yet lacks the brevity necessary with such weight

VUTheatre kicks off new season with ‘Kid Simple: A Radio Drama...

Kid Simple blends technology and entertainment to create a unique audience experience

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle,’ a study of postmodernism’s shortcomings

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' chooses sarcasm over substance

Q&A with Mutemath’s lead singer Paul Meany

Mutemath's Ryman debut is sure to be anything but quiet

Carlos Andrés Gómez holds writing workshop and performs at Vanderbilt

Author and poet Gómez performed pieces focused on identity and encouraged individuals to reflect on their own identities

Capturing Pablo: an evening with Javier Pena and Steve Murphy

The real-life heroes in 'Narcos' share the true story of Pablo Escobar

Ars Gratia Artis: mother! and its abuse of depth

mother! uses a home makeover and marital strife to probe questions of humanity and nature