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    Review: Not a Bad Seat in the House for Nashville Ballet’s ‘Seasons’

    The Nashville Ballet continues to bring beautiful artistry to our living rooms with the virtual premiere of "Seasons." The production is Artistic Director Paul Vasterling's reimagining of his 1997 production set to Antonio Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" recomposed by Max Richter. We...

    Review: ‘Boogie’ is a Slam Dunk

    "Alfred "Boogie" Chin is a basketball phenom who dreams of playing in the NBA. As his parents pressure him to earn a scholarship to college, Boogie must also navigate a new girlfriend, high school, on-court rivals and the burden...

    Virtual Tibet House Concert Boasts Mega Talent + Good Vibes

    On Wednesday night (Feb. 17), the 34th Annual Tibet House Benefit Concert went completely virtual. Philip Glass curated the evening's music that consisted of Eddie Vedder, Annie Lennox, Black Pumas, Cage the Elephant, Flaming Lips, Phoebe Bridgers, Brittany Howard,...

    2021 Sundance Film Festival: Day Five Recap

    Sundance is slowly winding down but there were still a lot of films to screen. For day five, I spent the day catching up on the films I missed from day four. Here's what I watched on day five...

    2021 Sundance Film Festival: Day Four Recap

    With each passing day, it's becoming evident that the 2021 Sundance Film Festival is flying by. For day four, I had several highly anticipated films on the slate. Here's what I saw on day fou of the virtual film...

    Sundance Film Festival 2021: ‘Land’ Film Review

    IMDB: "A bereaved woman seeks out a new life, off the grid in Wyoming." We begin this journey with Edee (Robin Wright), a middle-aged woman who's moved to the country to be completely isolated. It's not long until we learn...

    2021 Sundance Film Festival: Day Three Recap

    Day two of the 2021 Sundance Film Festival was a jam-packed day. It was highlighted by a magnificent film, On the Count of Three. Here are the movies I watched on day three of the virtual film festival. Street Gang:...

    Sundance Film Festival 2021: ‘On the Count of Three’ Review

    IMDB: Two guns. Two best friends. And a pact to end their lives when the day is done. This film starts with Kevin (Christopher Abbott) being grilled by his therapist. He'd just attempted to kill himself — again. That opening scene...

    2021 Sundance Film Festival: Day Two Recap

    On the first day of the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, I was thrilled to end my day with Summer of Soul but things didn't really kick off until day two. Here are the films I watched from my first...

    Sundance Film Festival 2021: ‘How It Ends’ Review

    It's the last day on Earth and Liza (Zoe Lister-Jones) is determined to make it to one more party before that happens. As the world is coming to an end, Liza feels alone, and she beings to take a look...
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