“The End of the F***ing World” manages to strike the difficult balance between being entertaining and making me think.Read More
Directed by Luca Guadagnino and starring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, “Call Me By Your Name” is a coming of age story about Elio, a 17 year old boy who falls in love with the American man boarding with his family over the summer.
Photos of dancers doin’ their thang!
On Wednesday Jan. 25, Ava ’22 won first place in the Youth America Grand Prix, the largest student ballet competition in the world, at Huntington Beach High School.
Avery ’17 was chosen to represent Marlborough at the Shakespeare Competition after she performed her Ophelia monologue at the Shakespeare ASM on Monday, Feb. 13.
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel’s latest exhibition, “Jason Rhoades Installations, 1994-2006,” opened Saturday, Feb. 18 in Downtown Los Angeles, and will be on display until Sunday, May 21.
Publications advisor Jena English and her husband Brandon Wilson premiered their second feature film, Sepulveda, at Urbanworld Film Festival in New York on Saturday, Sep. 21 and received a special achievement award from the Culver City Film Festival in Los Angeles after a screening on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Dance Dimensions guest choreographer Sara VonGillern is choreographing alongside performing arts instructor Mpambo Wina for the Evening of Dance. V
Williams will be designing six outfits for the upcoming Mar. 19 Violet’s Giving Circle Fashion Show. At the last fashion show in 2015, Williams made three outfits for the event and is excited to be involved in the process again.