A review of The Milwaukee Ballet’s production of “Giselle”, including comments from Dr. Zager, Carroll’s Theatre Arts Professor, who helped with the production.
A brief review of the seventh movie in “The Fast and The Furious” series. It emphasizes the beginning of the film, how the film keeps the audience alert, and whether or not the film fulfilled its purpose.
There are many documentaries out there and as of late the genre has become saturated with consumer based dribble. These three chosen documentaries get to the heart of three important social issues: poverty, animal rights, and marijuana. All of these deserve attention and are rightfully addressed.
On February 2, 2013, Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield were murdered, gunned down in the back by Eddie Ray Routh at a firing range in Texas. This is a fact that no one can dispute, but the question is: did Routh understand that what he did at that time was wrong? Or was he within the grips of psychosis, convinced the two other men were going to kill him if he did not kill them first? This is what the jury in Erath County, Texas had to decide.
By Linda Braus “Weekend of Women” took place this past weekend at Carroll University. The Carroll Players put on the event which included two shows at the Otteson Theatre on the 13th and 14th, the Players volunteering at The Women’s Center of Waukesha on the 15th, and a Journal Drive. The weekend kicked off Friday night with a production of “Untitled Women Project” directed by Ami Majeskie (’16). The show had a powerful intention....
This article talks about the Funny Bone Mafia (FBM) and what they have done recently along with what their future looks like. The article also takes a look at the community that FBM has created.