Central Square Theater’s ‘Frankenstein’ Offers a Fresh, Yet Faithful, Interpretation of Mary Shelley’s Masterpiece
Central Square Theater’s “Frankenstein” forgoes common misconceptions and instead closely examines Shelley’s story of Dr. Victor Frankenstein and his creation.
Some musicians are admired (the crowd goes “Wow,”) while others are adored (the crowd goes “Aww”). Chicago-based rapper Noname, with her permanently lit up doe-eyes, her full giggles, and her boundless charm, is really, really adorable.
Saadiq’s positive energy has no bounds. He even made a story about his brother dying of a heroin overdose uplifting.
Bands don’t exist for the purpose of being popular, but there’s something a bit unfortunate about Fleet Foxes’ relationship with fame.
Each year, Pitchfork uses its high-profile festival as an opportunity to bring attention to local Chicago-based musicians.
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