Film Review: “The Discovery”

It has been two years to the day since Dr. Thomas Harbor has scientifically proven the existence of an afterlife. Millions of people are killing themselves in order to simply…

Fargo: Review

Oh yah. You betcha. Ok then. You’re darn tootin. Those are just a few of the sayings included in the colloquial speech of the Midwest. “Minnesota nice” culture influenced the…

Big Little Lies: Review

Every so often something comes along that truly surprises you. Something that on paper you would normally despise, but that you end up thoroughly enjoying. For me, that surprise came…

A Lone Critic of “La La Land”

La La Land has swept the nation. Setting the record for Golden Globe wins and earning a whopping 14 Oscar nominations (tying the record), along with garnering over $200 million…

Marist Cabaret Review

Love is a major theme throughout art. One could argue it is the most important and relevant to our lives. I have noticed a trend in MCCTA performances this year…

Nobody’s Fool: The Resurgence of Beacon

BEACON, NY- A town a little over 80 miles from New York, Beacon used to be run-down, dilapidated, and crime-ridden in comparison to the cities around it. Within the past…

Midsummer: It was all but a dream

Marist College Club on Theatre Arts (MCCTA) produced William Shakespeare’s classic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream this past week, including shows at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as well…

Haunted By Waters: Local Legends

Fawn’s Leap is the hidden gem of the Kaaterskill creek and a watery Shangri-La for visitors of Hunter Mountain. On an uncharacteristically chilly June day, a group of campers celebrating…

A Cordial Review of Almost, Maine

MCCTA’s production of John Cariani’s Almost, Maine opened on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m in the Cabaret, persisting through three performances which ended on Saturday, Oct. 8. Directed by…