Tuesday, December 12, 2017

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....

‘Maria de Buenos Aires’ challenges opera norms, bringing Argentine passion and...

When “Maria de Buenos Aires,” a tango operita, debuted in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1968, the opera did not gain much traction. Fast forward...

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

‘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...

‘Murder on the Orient Express’ an engaging melodrama

A group of strangers onboard a passenger train suddenly become embroiled in a high-stakes murder investigation. Adapted from Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel, Murder...

Q&A with Mutemath’s lead singer Paul Meany

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

Wind River (2017) Review

A heartfelt murder mystery, Wind River combines unprecedented heart with gritty conflict.

Thanksgiving watch list

This Thanksgiving break, binge on more than just turkey and apple pie. With finals season just around the corner, kick back over break and...

McGill: “The Melting Pot of Vanderbilt”

McGill hosts monthly open-mic as a space for self-expression and community

Believe the hype – “It” is terrific

"It" stands out where its genre often falters, bolstering horror with character-driven heart.