If only landing a job, stealing identities and choosing baby-daddies could be so glamorous. The fifth season of “Gossip Girl” has turned the disappointment of last season’s Serena-obsessed train-wreck into a delightful reverie of the main cast moving up in society–except for Dan, of course. Oh Lonely Boy.
Winter break probably seems ages away right now but whether you believe it or not, there will eventually come a time when you’re relaxed enough to kick back, sip some hot chocolate and watch some cheery holiday films on loop. You might even have time to hit up the movie theater (what???). Luckily, Intermission has done the homework to keep you in the know about what flicks will soon be playing at a theater near you.
When executive producer Tristan Kruth ‘12 took the makeshift stage of a lecture hall in the geology corner lit by floodlights and swathed in black sheets last Friday night, audiences may have expected a show of ghoulish creeps and haunted mansions from the Robber Barons’ end-of-quarter show “Mystery House.” And they delivered, in time and moderation, a ghost story in four parts, with interruptions of sketches diverse in matter and manner.
Can girls have sex with girls? Do Emirati princesses eat fried dates on sticks? Why is it that only girls are called over-achievers? Blair or Serena? These are but few of the questions that may enter the mind when watching “The Winifred Bennett Academy For Not-So-Little Princesses,” the senior project of drama student Kristen Elizabeth Gura ‘12.
In a basement screening room of Cummings Art on Monday night, Yoda materialized in front of students of Adam Tobin’s Film Production class. Not the little green Jedi in command of the force, but the voice actor and puppeteer Frank Oz who crafted him into the lovable character we all know.
Amidst the celebration of Stanford’s spot near the top of the BCS rankings, the anticipation of our upcoming game with Oregon and impending foray with those foes across the Bay, few students have stopped to consider that all of the Farm’s gloriousness is owed to the death of one beloved son. The 26 cast members and 27 staff of Ram’s Head’s annual production of “Gaieties” have been doing just that.
It’s that time of year. Bust out your “Party with Leland” tank, prep the candy corn and get that rally gear ready: it’s decorative gourd season, also known as Halloweekend. Whether you’ll be spending All Hallows’ Eve out by ol’ Jane and Leland, screaming in the stands of USC’s Coliseum or tucked away watching “Rosemary’s Baby,” these music videos will help you get in the mood…for fear.