It’s finals week and you’re so close to be done so here are the top five movies you may have missed this semester that are worth seeing this summer!
Several acting seniors are working in groups to create devised theater projects from the ground up, as a part of Stephen Wrentmore’s special topics class.
Two students will intern for major companies in their career fields this summer: Spencer Gualdoni with Telsey + Company and Hudson Moore with Anthropologie.
Stephen Wrentmore, adjunct professor of theater, will host a directing masterclass that explores techniques and strategies to approach text and performance.
A rags-to-riches tale of scandalous acts and a rise to fame and fortune is brought to life in OCU’s season finale musical, Evita.
They Came Together may not change the way you look at romantic comedies, but it will at least give you a sense of appreciation when you watch a good one.
The film tries to do too much and ends up with a middling movie that doesn’t quite know what its message is.
Lincoln Korver, acting sophomore, won an award for his short film. I had the opportunity to interview him about the film, movies, and life.
Boyhood captures the essence of what it’s like to grow older. All of our successes, failures, dreams and experiences shape who we are.
A film about an illiterate drug dealer turned poet is the first film in a spring documentary film series.
This film gives audiences a fresh, filthy and most of all funny new spin on superhero movies.
Select members of the OCU community, including President Robert Henry, will be doing a public reading of Shakespeare’s 156 sonnets.
It’s no surprise that the hype for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens was massive. To everyone’s relief, the film seems to be doing just fine.
Jackie O brings vulnerability and grief to the stage through a story inspired by the life of Jackie Kennedy.
Seven music students came together to form LFNC, a band with a sound many may not be familiar with.
Mississippi Grind lets you observe the highs and lows of the addiction, but, in the end, the film itself does not stand out in any special way.
TheatreOCU presents “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot.” The play takes place in a space between Heaven and Hell with no set time.
Whether it’s your cup of tea or not, Bone Tomahawk will surprise you.
A beautiful princess is trapped by a powerful ruler, a brave prince along with his goofy sidekick take on a great journey and a wicked queen tries to lure the hero into evil in the Bass School of Music’s next opera, The Magic Flute.
The Hateful Eight is a frustrating film, but one worthy of your time.
A movie like Major League goes beyond the traditional baseball story and delves into these little intricacies gives fans of the genre a little breath of fresh air, and makes you wonder why more sport films don’t follow its example.
The next international film in the Film Institute’s series is an Indian film about an unexpected friendship. The screening of The Lunchbox is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday in Kerr-McGee Auditorium in the Meinders School of Business. Admission is free.
Beth Kligerman, head of talent and talent development for The Second City in Chicago, will visit the school of theater Saturday.
After 10 years Lance Marsh, artistic director of TheatreOCU, is stepping down. The move is to allow Marsh to focus on creating the Center for Excellence in Classical Theatre Training.
For anyone who needs a reminder of how easy this generation has it, look no further than The Revenant.
Jurassic World, directed by Colin Trevorrow and starring Chris Pratt, has been a tremendous success.