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Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street opened to enthusiastic audiences this past Friday at Swirnow Theatre. The Barnstormers had to turn people away at the door during the performances on Friday and Saturday nights, as both shows ended up being sold out a while before the show even started.
A couple weeks ago, fans of the 2004 TV show Veronica Mars managed to rally together and raise two million dollars in less than 12 hours for a revival movie that is scheduled to be made in the summer of 2013 and have a limited release in the first three months of 2014.
On my list of Top Three Cities I Want to Live In Someday When I Have a Lot of Money, London, England gets the silver.
Everyone enjoys a good cop show. There’s just something about watching a duo put clues together and bring down the bad guy, usually with lots of sexual tension and flirtation in between.
It is no secret that the Warm Bodies are creating their own take on Shakespeare’s classic and tragic love story, Romeo and Juliet.
Josh Groban has always walked that fine line between pop and classical music, but his newest album, All That Echoes, definitely tends more towards pop than classical.
When Smash first premiered last year, it showed a lot of promise. The idea was that it would provide a glimpse of all the behind-the-scenes drama going on in the process of creating and taking a new show to Broadway.
When the news came out today that How I Met Your Mother had been given a definite season finale date, there was probably no one as thankful as Ted Mosby’s children
The past few years have seen a resurgence in revamped fairy tale stories in the media. There has been a lot of buzz about the two television shows (Once Upon a Time and Grimm) that do so, and now movies are catching up to the fad by reinventing many of our favorite childhood tales.
This past weekend, I took a little trip up to my favorite place on the face of this earth: New York City. And there, I did the thing that I always do whenever I go to the Big Apple. I went to the theatre. Therefore, in lieu of F(l)o Show this week, I decided to write a guest column instead so that I could sing the praises of Broadway.
Before freshman year at Hopkins, I had only watched two TV shows. I can’t even claim to have grown up watching Cartoon Network. There are two reasons for this.
Sometimes, when I’m bored and in the mood to procrastinate on the five tons of homework that I undoubtedly have, I go onto tvtropes.org and spend an hour reading the articles there.
Given that I’ve spent the better part of a year writing about my love of TV shows, it may come as a surprise to you that my biggest love in life is not, in fact, television.
This month, prepare to soar above Oz at the Hippodrome with the Tony Award winning musical Wicked.
What would you do if you suddenly found yourself among characters normally only found in fairy tale stories? And what if you then found out that you were the one destined to save them all from the feared Evil Queen?
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been looking forward to this week for months now — this week being the week most fall shows come back onto air.
Many people see September as a month of new starts.
On Friday night, students from freshmen to seniors filled Shriver Hall in anticipation of the yearly JHU Orientation Dance Showcase, featuring 17 of Hopkins’ dance troupes performing dances from tap to ballroom to breakdancing. The speakers were oddly silent as the audience came in, so it felt as though the crowd was also subdued and toned down; the whole room generally felt slightly lacking in energy.
Since it's my last article for F(l)o Show for the semester, I thought it would be fitting to close with the very appropriate topic of finales. Specifically TV show finales, of course. Although a couple of shows have already aired their finale for the 2011-2012 season, most finales come out this month. This leaves TV viewers in a perpetual state of anxiety spanning the entire month of May, wondering what sort of heart-wrenching torture their character will be put through in the final moments of the episode of their respective favorite shows.