Topic: Review

Speakers, headphones, glass vessels and a cavern of ticking clocks build up a cacophonous argument that sound can create physical space.

Arts & Culture

Listen to your art: Exhibition explores physicality of sound

September 12, 2014 0 comments

Perhaps it is rather cliche to convey imperfection through visual art, but to experience it aurally is an innovative concept.

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Local artists celebrate ‘Month of Peace’

September 12, 2014 0 comments

Walking through the Peace Art Exhibit is a Twilight Zone-esque venture.

Food trucks, students and locals all traveled to India Point Park for the fourth annual Rhode Island Seafood Festival

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R.I. Seafood Festival attracts students, locals

September 9, 2014 0 comments

The aroma of freshly-caught seafood mingled with the refreshing breeze and the mellow sounds of live bands at the Rhode Island Seafood Festival.

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Student band Off-White rocks Wriston

September 5, 2014 1 comment

Riffs drifted out from a makeshift stage as Off-White, a student rock band, played for the crowd attending the campus welcome celebration.

‘Violet’ finds meaning in the skin-deep

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‘Violet’ finds meaning in the skin-deep

April 24, 2014 1 comment

“Violet,” directed by Skylar Fox ’15, deals with problems of appearance, and avoiding the cliche, it does not discredit the power of the superficial.

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Alumni artwork digs past surfaces in ‘Excavation’ exhibit

April 22, 2014 0 comments

Images of instability and anxiety haunt the Granoff Center in “Excavation,” an exhibit with work by three alums.

Kevin Kelly ’15 plays Papo, the murderous brother of the main character in “El Grito del Bronx,” a play that explores a complex sibling relationship.

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Imprisoned brother vies for, wins attention in ‘Bronx’

April 4, 2014 2 comments

In the first scene of “El Grito del Bronx,” light illuminates the center of the stage as Lulu, wearing a white wedding dress, glides toward center stage.

In Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Ralph Fiennes plays the dapper concierge M. Gustave.

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‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ leaves no vacancies

April 1, 2014 1 comment

Anderson repeatedly reminds audiences that they enter the theater completely on his terms.

“Hydrogen Jukebox” combines the Beat poetry of Allen Ginsberg with the stark music of Philip Glass to portray the trials and tribulations of youth in revolt in post-war suburbia.

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‘Jukebox’ examines rebel youth in suburbia

March 14, 2014 0 comments

“Hydrogen Jukebox,” directed by Jonathan Adam ’16 and produced by Brown Opera Productions, turns opera into a caustic, countercultural mode of expression.

This weekend, Bryonn Bain will perform his one-man show, “Lyrics From Lockdown,” which deals with issues regarding racial profiling.

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Multimedia performance challenges justice system

March 14, 2014 0 comments

In 2002, Bryonn Bain was pulled over for an extinct left taillight. He was arrested for three outstanding warrants and spent three days in jail.