Crimson staff writer
Hannah T. Chew
My Fair Lady Review: A Safe, Unremarkable Take on a Beloved Broadway Classic
The production is a supposedly “safe” choice, but a choice that feels reactionary and conservative in a moment where innovation or significant reinvention is possible.
‘Waiting for Godot’ Review: Borrows from The Best and The Worst
Deadword Theater Company's production of "Waiting for Godot" is enthusiastic, energetic, and playful, but not without fault.
Arts Vanity: Music Award Show Performances That Are Culturally Important Moments
I am an avid watcher of music award show performances. No, not music award shows, specifically music award show performances.
‘Either/Or’ Review: The Older and Sexier Sequel to ‘The Idiot’
With her debut novel “The Idiot” having been crowned a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, Elif Batuman set towering expectations for the sequel “Either/Or.”
Arts Vanity: Cultural Flops I Think Deserve More Attention
I’d like to discuss the cultural flops that live most potently in my heart, mind, and cultural sensibility.
‘A Mouthful of Air’ Review: An Inadequate Look at Postpartum Depression
While Seyfried proves to be a phenomenal actress, “A Mouthful of Air” is underdeveloped in every aspect from storyline to character development, failing in its sincere attempt to raise awareness of postpartum depression.
Movie Trailer Breakdown: Will DC Finally Break the Curse of Mediocre Batman Movies?
From the 1997 film “Batman and Robin” to the Lego Batman in recent years, Batman films are notoriously polarizing.