Fourth-year Eliza Brown wonders, “If, first and foremost, we have a sex culture, and if we do, what it looks like?”
Led by two charismatic instructors, this dance revolution takes on traditional notions of a campus exercise routine.
For its 25th anniversary, Metamorphoses revisits the Lookingglass stage to captivating and nuanced effect.
Chicago Shakespeare Company’s staging of Sondheim musical Sunday in the Park with George isn’t pointless, it’s pointillist.
The Goodman Theatre stages Tennessee Williams’s play, in which an aging actress and an aspiring actor grapple with the fleeting power that sexuality affords.
Hunger Games is bound to thrill fans of the dystopian tween series.
“He Who” uses puppets, Latin chanting, and eerie music to explore the patriarchal structure of modern society.
“Life is a game in which the player must appear ridiculous”
“All of that unbridled joy has given me quite an appetite”
In Episode 5 of Downton Abbey, Cora Crawley and Lady Grantham determine that they must find a “more enticing scaffold” for Mrs. Crawley.