Watching as three actors play literal fools while presenting all 36 of William Shakespeare’s plays isn’t an average Saturday night, but The Midnight isn’t your average bar.
“Disenchantment” left me feeling disappointed. While Netflix is trying to appeal to the inner child in growing adolescents, it just could not reach the level of greatness that its sister animated shows, “Bojack Horseman” and “F is for Family” have gotten to.
With the beginning of the new month came Jay Rouge & the Stoges’ new album. Released on Monday, the album “Friends & Lovers” comes just in time for woodsers and long drives to visit family. Quirky lyrics fill the album, and catching all the witty lines makes the album worth a listen.
“Between Riverside and Crazy” premieres at the Black Box Theatre on Friday night with UF student actors performing alongside a professor who has stretched their acting capabilities.
“The Wolves” is a heartwarming, laugh-out-loud and brutally honest look inside the world of a varsity high school girls’ soccer team working through the ever-changing process of growing up.
More Art and Theater Stories
- Gainesville Alternative Shakespeare presents: “Drunk Macbeth” at High Dive
- ‘Tune in’ to Umwelt
- The theatre awakens tonight with a never-before-seen performance
- ‘A Land Remembered,’ the newest graphic novel from Andre Frattino
- We made a podcast!
- The Harn Museum of Art has a new director
- Macy’s mannequins become rainbow spirits for pride
- Review of "The Bikinis" at the Hippodrome
- ‘Black Films Matter’: The first film series of its kind begins at the Hippodrome
- Danza Dance Company to host 20th Anniversary Showcase
- Always True Collective to host No Signal art gallery & show
- Avenue Staff’s Guide to Changeville 2018
- ‘Take Me To The River’ to Perform at Phillips Center