Category: Arts

Notes from the underground

This week, I went into the weight room and lifted for the first time.

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Spotlight on the Artist: Shabaki Lambert

What do you love about the Dance Company? I love that we do a lot of exciting things.

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Dancers take Williams by storm

It was an excellent weekend for dance at Williams as the college hosted two student performances.

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Kuhn’s energetic dialogue makes ‘Luke’ fly

Broadway veteran Bruce Kuhn performed an exciting one-man show, “Luke,” last Tuesday night.

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Williams students kick off Artsbreak in style

On Sunday, the Clark Art Institute presented the first of a series of Artsbreak concerts.

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Romantic comedy with a twist falls victim to disappointing script, subpar acting

There is no real way to describe The Object of My Affection. TV trailers make the movie sound like a romantic comedy.

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Filmmaker Dong to screen film on campus

Next Sunday, April 26, Williams College will host acclaimed filmmaker Arthur Dong for a special screening of Licensed to Kill, his award-winning documentary. Dong will also discuss his film after the screening.

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Transylvanian transsexual at Bronfman: Oh behave…

On April 18th, from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the morning, the Rutgers University Rocky Horror Picture Show Club presented a free showing of the 1970s cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show to a large and enthusiastic crowd in Bronfman auditorium.

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Local bookstore celebrates National Poetry Month

During April, the American Academy of Poets and the American Poetry and Literary Project will give away 100,000 books of poetry in celebration of National Poetry Month.

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Lost in Space: craptacular remake of 60’s sitcom

"Uninspired" is probably the best word to describe Lost in Space, the newest expensive sci-fi action movie based on a 60’s television show.

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