The outstanding feature of the U.Va. Drama production — which began its run at Culbreth Theatre April 18 — was the ability of the ensemble cast to express the eccentricities of their respective characters.
While the pair succeeded in proving their improv ability in the zaniest way possible, the real highlight of the show was learning about unsung comic minds living right here in Charlottesville.
Although “The Grinch” is sure to delight modern youth, it wastes acclaimed actors in a paltry rendition of a holiday classic.
The Aortic Telehealth program will provide patients with emergent conditions from the Culpeper area with immediate access to University physicians.
Even though it established a new family drama in season five without fully resolving that of season four, “Black-ish” stays consistent with its delivery of family humor nuanced with racial awareness.
“Venom” serves as the best bad movie likely to be released this Halloween season.