One of life's beauties is the way in which different people interpret the things around them. What one person may see in one light another might see completely different.
To many of us who were still in school when "Mean Girls" hit the screen, Tim Meadows will always be known as Mr. Duvall, one of our favorite high school principals. But before his role in the film, Meadows spent almost 10 years on the set of SNL, holding the record for the second longest running cast member.
Grab your best red carpet outfit for this year's annual TheatreROCS showcase, "Classic Hollywood." TheatreROCS brings together over 20 local performing companies, with 14 of them showcasing some of their best work at the show.
You recycle, you make sure all the lights are turned off before you leave the house, but what else can you do to be help the environment? With Earth Day right around the corner (the official day is Tuesday, April 22), many places offer opportunities to learn more about how you can make a difference.
There's just something different about independent record stores. The intimate spaces, the yet undiscovered new music blasting, and the vinyl-pushing employees behind the counter bring up nostalgia of a time not driven by nationwide chain stores.
Andrew Lloyd Webber has blown the world away with his delicate and moving music in the production of "The Phantom of the Opera." Based on the 1910 French novel, "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra" by Gaston Leroux, the musical has been a hit since its opening in 1986.
A tale for all seasons
Part domestic tragedy, part raucous comedy, mostly improbable
fairy tale, “The Winter’s Tale” is one of Shakespeare’s most intriguing and
confounding works. Rochester Community Players’ production of the show, running
until the end of this month, is a well-conceived take on a play seldom seen but
definitely worth seeing.
When we come to admire an artist's work, what we see is the
expert representation of form and gesture, the elegant depiction of balance,
and the rich tones carefully chosen to lead our emotions here and there. What
is hidden from us are the long, laborious hours and obsessive repetition
required for achieving the necessary muscle-memory, and the blood, sweat,
crushing doubt, and stubborn dissatisfaction that accompany a person's resolve
to master one medium, or many.
Visual Studies Workshop is known for bringing Rochester intriguing gallery exhibitions, captivating lectures and screenings, and unique community workshops. Its media-studies programs include photography, visual books, digital imaging, film, and video.
It's school-break time again. Distract the little ones with several events going on next week to keep both kids and adults happy.