Movie posters are plastered on dorm rooms, scaffolding under construction sites and megaplex hallways. Like the films they advertise, they can become cultural icons - at their best functioning as frameable and collectible works of art.
In the new play “Black Chicken,” written by Randolph College graduate Travis Byram, 14-year-old Randi Colby is afraid to tell her religious parents that she’s an atheist. So she lies and tells them she’s gay instead.
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A few songs into watching Good Morning Bedlam play, and it’s easy to see why fans of the Minnesota quartet call their music “furious folk.”
During her first week at E.C. Glass High School in 1980, Allison Daugherty, a sophomore at the time, received tickets to a Shakespeare production at Lynchburg College.
Music floats up from a live orchestra below the Academy of Music Theatre stage, as a stagehand waits in the wings, his hands wrapped around a white cable.
I don’t remember having picture books read to me, and I don’t remember reading them myself.