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On the precipice of the release of her second album, Molly Joyce opens up about the journey of her artistry and how the University is aiding her in her exploration. The first-year music doctoral fellow has studied music composition at Juilliard, Yale and New York University. Now, the musician calls Charlottesville home.
Arguably the most underrated Gen Z nepotism baby, Willow Smith or WILLOW, released her fifth studio album, “<COPINGMECHANISM>,” just over a year since her last album. “<COPINGMECHANISM>” sees WILLOW crash through the genres of pop rock and pop punk with the passion of a scorned lover.
With every new academic year comes a new artist to headline the University Program Council’s Welcome Week Concert. This year, Sean Kingston came to Charlottesville to delight students and rev up hype for the new year.
The beginning of March Madness is just around the corner. Usually, there would be a sense of growing excitement around Grounds. Students would host or attend viewing parties and foster intense conversations about the likelihood of the basketball team winning the National Championship again. A lot has changed, and Virginia’s chances of even being in the tournament were recently in jeopardy. With clearance to play, here are some songs to listen to as Virginia prepares to enter the NCAA Tournament.
The Virginia Players debuted their Fall Lab Series production of “Natives” by Glenn Waldron Dec. 17. Following the digital format of the Drama Department’s fall production, “Natives” — directed by fourth-year College student Jakob Cansler — was presented as a roughly 90-minute movie on the Virginia Players’ YouTube page between Dec. 17 and Dec. 24.
The University Drama Department debuted their completely virtual presentation of Caryl Churchill’s “Love and Information,” led by artistic directors Dave Dalton and Mona Kasra, Nov. 11-12. The show — composed of seven acts — featured student-directed vignettes and was streamed online.
“The Mandalorian” returned to Disney Plus Oct. 30 for the debut of its second season. The long-anticipated return of the series’ second season left many anxious to see what the armored hero’s next adventures would be.
Everyone needs a push sometimes, and sometimes that push is just a little bit harder than expected. ”The Outside Story” follows a day in the life of Charles — played by Brian Tyree Henry — who is fresh out of a relationship with his ex-girlfriend Isha, portrayed by Sonequa Martin-Green. A physical and emotional hermit, Charles has confined himself to the apartment, and except for his friend Amy — played by Rebecca Naomi Jones — Charles has guarded himself against any interaction. Alone and focused on his work — the depressing task of making in-memoriam videos for living stars — Charles seems to have a bleak existence. It isn’t until a food mishap that the movie is kicked into gear, and Charles is locked out of his apartment, left barefoot and exposed to the world.
Art Bridgman and Myrna Packer, who make up the duo Bridgman|Packer Dance, are award-winning choreographers who have been working in collaboration since 1978. They have performed on three different continents as well as in a host of countries, working to combine live performance with digital media to aid in telling the message of their art. Bridgman|Packer Dance calls their stage work “video-partnered”.
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Adorable and downright enchanting are just a few ways to describe the subjects of study in Netflix’s new docuseries, “Babies.” The docuseries looks in on infants around the world who are excelling or struggling to hit specific milestones and presents scientific studies related to those milestones. While it may seem this docuseries is just following babies from one diaper change to the next, “Babies” actually does a fantastic job of presenting the science behind infants and their daily behaviors.