For college students the wallet almost always seems to be a little empty, especially when the craving for new tunes comes along. Do not fret – new CDs can be bought at a fraction of the prices retail stores sell them for, the key is knowing where to shop.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 12, 2000.
“No Exit,” by Jean-Paul Sartre showed for three consecutive nights in the Cabaret Theatre last week.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 5, 2000.
Summer is a time for relaxing and getting the opportunity to do the things that might have impeded one’s schedule during the school year. Summer is a time to sleep in, watch television, go to the beach and attend concerts.
“Fat Side of Skinny,” “Sleeper” and “Coffee Boy.” No, these are not titles to this summer’s new film releases. These are just a few of the 22 original songs written and performed by the up-and-coming band “The Big Pill.”
With the ongoing stress of day-to-day activities such as work, school and family, one needs to relax and just laugh. One particular place to let the laughter flow is the Ice House in Pasadena, a comedy club for people 18 and over.
This past weekend I had the chance to see the musical “Inappropriate,” which is being called the next “Rent.” In it, eight teenagers, distraught, troubled and labeled inappropriate by society, express their fears, problems and emotions. Topics of rape, drug abuse, suicide, divorce and sexual identity are all expressed by the different characters.
A priest, a rabbi and a blonde — not the beginning of a joke, but-the plot line for the romantic comedy, “Keeping the Faith.” It stars Ben Stiller (“There’s Something About Mary”), Jenna Elfman (“EdTV” and TV’s “Dharma and Greg”) and first time director Edward Norton (“Fight Club”).
Campus and community arts events for the week of April 14, 2000.