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Friday, November 17, 2017

One Direction Breaks Hiatus to Play Montclairfest

DISCLAIMER: The following article is an April Fools' Day article. Though it may relate to real people or events, it is not factual. Get ready,...

Cervantes’ Classic ‘Don Quixote’ Reimagined at Montclair State (Review)

A staple of Montclair State University's theatrical offerings is Peak Performances, an effort that brings a wide range of international and national interdisciplinary artists...

‘Beasts of No Nation’ First Netflix Original Film

Beasts of No Nation marks a historic time in film. Whether that is for better or worse, only time will tell. Instant streaming has...
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Academy Award Winner Skip Lievsay Speaks at Film Forum

Skip Lievsay spoke about his work as a sound mixer as part of the Film Forum at Montclair State University on Tues., Oct. 2....

‘Rent’: Players rock latest production

Due to the success of Rent’s theatrical run, starting in 1996 and its 2005 film adaptation, taking on the Jonathan Larson rock opera can...

‘Twelfth Night’ Proves Players Should Play On

When a person thinks of Shakespeare, a few things come to mind: puffy shirts paired with tights, ostentatious language and the cramped desks we...

Red Bull Brings MSU Alum and Folk Punk Band Together in Asbury Park

College students tend to think of Red Bull only as a means to survive the semester, but the energy drink company is taking an...

The 89th Academy Awards: From Blissful Night to PR Nightmare

It was an enjoyable Sunday night as the Academy Awards ceremony played out. The show was funny, heartwarming, and plain entertaining for three-and-a-half hours....

‘Pride & Prejudice’ Stage Adaptation Stays True to Novel

Jane Austen’s novel Pride & Prejudice has been adapted and performed on stage only a couple of times in the United States. That's why it...

Greek Theatre Group Brings Euripides’ ‘Andromache’ to Montclair State

Many of us learn about the Trojan War in our years at Montclair State University through our general humanities graduation requirement, but the aftermath...
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