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Theater Throwback: Review of the Musical “Curtains”

Bizarre Murder Mystery Brings an Unwelcome Invasion of the Metaphysical to the Theater This past spring, Lafayette College’s Marquis Players showcased their performance of Rupert Holmes’ musical murder mystery “Curtains” that appeared on Broadway in 2007. The plot follows the cast of a bumbling musical whose production is plagued by a series of sycophantic killings. For those of you who’ve seen…

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HFI Combats Youth Violence Through Film!

The PSA Online Film Festival is now live! Watch and vote for your favorites until July 21st! Haydenfilms Institute is proud to present their innovative youth development program, known as the Youth Media Initiative (YMI).  In 2012, HFI partnered with the Reading Youth Violence Prevention (RYVP) Project in an effort to reduce youth violence and promote positive community change. The multi-faceted…

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The Great Gatsby: Completely Overdone and Devoid of Substance

Automatically attractive due to fantastical visuals, a literary classic, and Leonardo DiCaprio, The Great Gatsby was sized up to be a huge hit. Unfortunately, the film turned out to be a visual spectacle, devoid of substantial meaning. Combining a legendary cast, with one of the most popular literary classics was enough to enthrall the public, but not enough to hold audience’s attention. Hollywood…

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Google Takes Steps to Legitimize YouTube

Last week Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, declared that the Internet has already replaced television. Online streaming has become exponentially popular in the past few years, which is why Google plans to take the online video distribution platform by storm. According to The Financial Times, YouTube is rumored to release a subscription-based service as early as this week. Fifty channels…

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