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Much of our friendship is built on long nights of binge-watching, never-ending conversations and the whistling of the tea kettle. In fact, the start of our relationship was in sophomore year of high school with the simple question: Have you ever seen “Sherlock?”
Disability, entertainment and sexuality has been a convoluted relationship not typically explored in mainstream media. There are many societal misconceptions of people with disabilities being seen as non-normative, other or deviant, which has shaped how sexuality of people with disabilities is seen as problematic under the public gaze.
Dying primetime: Loss for live viewers, win for binge-watchers
Plastic. It is essentially useless.
In between marathons of “Harry Potter” and “Anne of Green Gables,” we have designed a watchlist called “Summer of Shows” that calls for long nights on the couch, the familiar whistle of the tea kettle and philosophical conversations about “that” tiny irrelevant scarf.
The national tour of “Anastasia” stops in Madison for an eight-show run, filling the Overture Center with idyllic sets and songs.
Ben Platt debuts his first LP, Sing to Me Instead, after a long stint on Broadway as the titular Evan Hansen for “Dear Evan Hansen” as well as performing in “The Book of Mormon.”
The Wisconsin Film Festival is presented by the UW-Madison Division of the Arts in association with the Department of Communication Arts from Thursday, April 4-Thursday, April 11. This is the largest university-produced film festival in the nation at UW-MAdison campus and AMC Madison 6.
The UW-Madison Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives’ (OMAI) thirteenth annual Line Breaks Festival will be held Wednesday, April 3-Sunday, April 7, at the Memorial Union Play Circle Theater.
Rock with the Flock, the Daily Cardinals Arts podcast returns! In episode nine, Lauren Souza — one of the arts editors — sits down with fellow Cardinals to discuss feminism in Hollywood, Me Too and Time's Up.
Amber Tamblyn — actress, director and most recently author of “Era of Ignition” — spoke with editors of the Daily Cardinal about her experience in the film industry, developing the Time’s Up movement, and seeking allyship and inclusivity in mainstream feminism. She discusses the importance of coming to the table and having accountability in this ignited era. This is not a choice for women, but a means of survival.
‘A Raisin in the Sun’ celebrates 60th Anniversary: A look at Broadway’s first African-American woman playwright
Today will mark the 60th anniversary of the groundbreaking play, "A Raisin in the Sun." It debuted on March 11, 1959, at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in New York, marking the first Broadway play ever written by an African-American woman, Lorraine Hansberry.
Natural light peaks through the curtains, exposing stone and brick against light pastels and watercolors to create an elegant, cozy aesthetic. Self-portraits and floral images panel the walls at the Arts + Literature Laboratory.
Arts Editors from the past, present and future sit down to discuss the best that 2018 had to offer.
Based on actual historical characters, “Never Anyone But You” is narrated by Marcel Moore. Published in June 2018, Thomson sets his eye on the biographies of two pioneering female French surrealists to create a moving fiction that navigates same-sex love and self-transformation in a time when women’s voices were just starting to be heard.
Empowered voices and heavy hearts carried on the chant, “no one is illegal, refugees are people,” while standing on the edge of State Street Tuesday evening.
This month's “Cardinal Pick” drew inspiration from one of my English classes. My goal for this column was to spend attention solely on women of color, because I wanted to create a space where the voices of these writers could be heard.
Now in its third year, UW-Green Bay is participating in a restoration project that seeds wild rice in various sites of the bay to improve ecosystems and strengthen coastal wetland habitats.
In light of Rupi Kaur’s appearance at UW-Madison, I thought this was the perfect time to explore her newest collection, “the sun and her flowers.” An opportunity to dive into the world of poetry was not going to be passed up.