Theater Review: The Flick

The Flick, More Flame Than Flicker By Kristin Colaneri “Film is a series of photographs separated by split seconds of darkness” so adamantly stated by Avery, about the shift of film to digital in the play The Flick, written by Annie Baker and directed by Sam Gold, now playing at the Barrow Street Theatre, off Broadway running currently through January 10th. The didactic play is uniquely constructed around 3 disparate characters that are working in an old movie theater inRead more

She Became a Warhol

It was Andy Warhol that said “in the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes”. One of the most acclaimed American artists of the 1960’s who was most notably known for his work during the ‘pop’ art movement which marked a major shift in modernism. Artists such as Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, & Roy Lichtenstein sought to utilize images of popular American and British culture and mass production to blend into fine art representation. An extension but drastic break fromRead more