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Evelyn J. Carr

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'The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We' Review: Mitski’s Divine, American Landscape

Mitski's “The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We” explores the worlds above, around, and within ourselves.

So You Want to Listen To Musical Theater


So You Want to Listen To Musical Theater

While “show tunes” may call to mind retro kick-lines or sappy love songs, musical theater is not a thing of the past.


Artist Profile: Mina Le, YouTube’s Fashion Maven

Though Le’s videos primarily focus on fashion history and pop culture trends, she often integrates nuanced political and historical commentary into her analysis.

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We Were All Rooting For You: An Examination of Tyra Banks’s Legacy

As Banks’s legacy comes under fire, the tension between outdated standards “supermodels” like Banks represent and today’s values of inclusivity and diversity is more apparent than ever.

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‘A Bronx Tale’ Review: Chazz Palminteri Brings the Bronx to Boston

“A Bronx Tale” is a glittering tribute to people like Lorenzo who tirelessly strive for a better life for themselves and the ones they love.

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‘La Bohème’ Review: Boston Lyric Opera Gloriously Reimagines Puccini’s Masterpiece

Boston Lyric Opera and Yuval Sharon bring the timeless story of love and loss to audiences in a way never before seen without compromising Puccini’s original vision.

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What the Hell Happened: The Revolve Festival Controversy

Revolve Festival not only failed to meet attendees’ expectations, but jeopardized their physical safety in a disaster of mismanagement.

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A Foray into German Theater: German 65 takes on ‘(R)evolution’

Putting on a play is never an easy feat. Imagine doing that in a language that you’re still learning, and where your final performance is graded.

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‘Fair’ Review: Normani Asks Whether Some Artists Are Meant to Stand (and Sing) Alone

Her latest single, “Fair,” which was released on March 18, is one of only two solo tracks released by the singer (following 2019’s “Motivation”).

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‘Marry Me’ Review: A Celebrity’s Portrait of a Celebrity’s Life

Certainly, megastars will find the story relatable, but “Marry Me” has little to offer to a broader audience besides a handful of catchy songs.

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What the Hell Happened: Neil Young vs. Spotify and Joe Rogan

Neil Young is no longer rockin’ with Spotify.