Similar to the transportive quality of its earlier summer production of “Mamma Mia!”, the Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s second production in the Nutmeg Summer Series sent its audience on a journey through time and space--but with a less lighthearted storyline. CRT’s production of “Cabaret,” directed by Scott LaFeber, brought audiences to late 1920s Berlin and portrayed how life in Germany changed as the Nazis rose to power.
Summer can be a great opportunity to be productive. Get a job and make some money, take summer classes to help you get ahead, take part in research, get an internship; the opportunities to be a productive human being are endless. However, that doesn’t mean that after you get home from work or when you have some time off on the weekend that you don’t want to have some fun and let your hair hang loose.
Summer vacation is almost here and we’re all looking for new music to add to our beach playlist. During the last week, while the temperatures have finally started to rise, the summer anthems have begun to drop. Khalid, Ariana Grande, The Chainsmokers and Liam Payne are a few of the big names that have dropped singles since April 20.
Last night, the Konover Auditorium showed several student-made short films shot on last summer’s education abroad trip to Amsterdam. Two professors, Dr. Carol Atkinson-Palombo and Dr. Norman Garrick led the trip. They focus on human-environment dynamics and sustainable transportation and urban planning, respectively. The students in these films have a variety of interests and majors, which made each film completely unique.