1. “Problematize” 2. “Ontological” 3. “Narrativity” 4. “Discursive” 5. “Paradigm” 6. “‘Meta-’ anything” 7. “Liminality” 8. “Dialogic” 9. “…
by Dish Staff W.S. Merwin recites his poem “Yesterday”: Fiona Sampson appreciates how the poems in The Moon before Morning, the former Poet Laureate’s latest volume, “don’t explore topics so much a…
Sometimes I forget you can post things to YouTube. Here’s some Robyn Hitchcock on a Sunday afternoon.
Cover of a great Robyn Hitchcock song.
When I was an undergrad in the ’90s, there was little more exciting than the first day of class. What will my professor be like? What books will I be reading? How many papers will I have to write? Answers came readily, in the form of a tidy one-page document…
“The movie’s very much a love letter to Binghamton. I have nothing but affection and wonderful memories and I wanted to give some of that experience,” he told BU student newspaper Pipe Dream while filming on campus last year. “There’s spiedies in it, and… the miserable weather and there’s the long wait for the one nice day that suddenly appears at the end of the year that seems to make the miserable weather worth it.”
“The Rewrite” is written and directed by BU alumnus Marc Lawrence.
THANKS FOR A GREAT SUMMER!
It was a busy 8 weeks – 55 Performances of 4 plays at Clear Space, Epworth and on tour! Four weeks of theatre camp & two weeks of film camp! Thanks to all our theatre goers and campers. Thanks to the terrific team that made it all happen: Resident actors Rachel Hendrickson and Josh Keiter – Camp Director Karen Murdock and her assistants Elaine Foster and Julie Seyfried. Thanks also to Josh for extra help with the camps. Thanks to Austin Kint for running the sound for our musical.
Opening Night 2015, June 30, 7 PM, Cinderella! See you then!
Kate Bush’s first show in 35 years includes fish people, a makeshift helicopter and Tennyson-quoting confetti. Read our report.