Crimson staff writer
Emma E. Chan
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“Good Omens” stands on its own as a work of art with intense emotional and artistic appeal. Yet the central question of any adaptation looms above the series: Is it better than the book?
Sam Dvorak believes in the intimacy of creating theater. To Dvorak, each production is like a spot of light — transient, ephemeral, and all the more beautiful for its temporality.
This year’s Ghibli Fest celebrated the 35th anniversary of the release of “My Neighbor Totoro” alongside the other films in the classic Ghibli canon.
Instead of the typical reading structure, Smith redefined their reading as a collective, shared experience and encouraged the audience to respond to their works together.
Though it attempts to open a meaningful conversation about misogyny, its execution plants it firmly in simple feel-good rom-com territory.