Crimson staff writer
Isabelle A. Lu
While it is satisfying to see the great David Tennant and Catherine Tate grace “Doctor Who” with their show-stealing presence and comedic chemistry once again, “The Star Beast” fails to do justice to this momentous occasion.
Bursting with dog-headed women and women-headed dogs, banana ghosts, and wishes tied into realization with red thread, “Organ Meats” is paradoxical, yet beautiful.
Audiences heading to Sanders on Nov. 5 for “FRAGMENTS 1” should shed all expectations, except for that of music unlike anything they’ve ever experienced before.
“Heathers” consistently remains on top of its game throughout the show. Pallotta’s production pulls off every joke, note, and beat, while its clever, fresh design enriches the story’s deeper themes.
From religious mythology to national myths about institutions and identities, Wilson, Jin, and Moore boldly reexamined and refreshed established histories.
“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour" faithfully renders an already spectacular experience while highlighting Swift’s fearless charisma.
On "Javelin" Stevens asks the listener to take in the world, and after listening one feels filled with its beauty, its grief, its love, and its abundance.