On Nov. 12, another Inside U.Va. Arts webinar detailed how programs at the University and the student art experience has changed since the start of the semester.
The drama department took on a lofty goal of virtually presenting what would have been a traditional stage play in a pandemic-free semester.
When it announced comedian Dave Chappelle as its host for the show which would occur post-election day, expectations were high.
“The Craft: Legacy” is passable as a holiday popcorn flick when it inevitably reaches streaming services or cable, but until then, fans of the 1996 classic or those craving a fright-fest would be best served looking elsewhere.
Despite adjustments for a Zoom-based performance, the play will remain faithful to the text’s themes of family, power and omnipresent death.
In a new column, staff writer Samuel Opuni introduces prospective listeners to the world of UK drill through British rapper M1llionz's "LAGGA" music video.
The band was formed in 2016 when Vanaman and Cummings — first-year hallmates in the Balz-Dobie dorm — were in search of a guitarist.
The long-anticipated return of the series’ second season left many anxious to see what the armored hero’s next adventures would be.
Frazier’s photography confronts social and political legacies plaguing marginalized groups and reclaims a distinct and thoughtful space for those voices to be recognized and celebrated.
Since closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March, The Paramount has adapted its programming drastically and now screens movies in its 1000 seat theater.
What characterizes a song as a piece of protest music is the relationship between audience and artist.
While waiting for the impending results of this election, take some time to listen to a mix of some of the most interesting tracks of the last 50 years.
"Bad Hair" takes on Black hair politics with from inside the emergent Black Horror film genre.
“This Is Us” has never been a light fare, but reliving the events of 2020 on top of the already emotional drama will not allow for any escapism while watching this show.
The film pairs archival footage with interviews from scholars and members of the administration from today to reflect upon the decisions of the Bush administration.