Eythen Anthony

Eythen Anthony (23C) is from Cross Lanes, West Virginia, double majoring in psychology and creative writing. Some of his hobbies include reading, listening to comedy podcasts and watching movies. He's particularly a fan of horror, but watches all genres and enjoys receiving recommendations. Contact Anthony at [email protected]

The return to the main stage: what it means to perform in-person

Ceremoniously picking up his clarinet, Chunjin Park (24C) took a deep breath and performed for an audience of ghosts at the end of his first semester. Not real ghosts per se. But what else can we call those intangible eyes lurking behind the camera? Those eerily silent pixels of performance disseminating from an electronic screen [...]

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‘The Green Knight’ perfects the fantasy epic

This article contains spoilers. With theaters gradually reopening comes not only new films, but also films that have been delayed since 2020. Along with the reappearance of the summer blockbuster, this season marks A24’s return to the multiplex. Last month, the production company released their dark comedy “Zola” to positive reviews, and this month promises [...]

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‘The Infernal Machine’ Provides Hope for Virtual Theater

Among the many types of art affected by COVID-19, theater has taken one of the sharpest blows. One of the beauties of theater is its live aspect — the audience can take in the setting firsthand and return another night for the promise of something new. Although virtual performances have attempted to reignite the flame [...]

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Xiu Xiu’s album ‘OH NO’ is an OH YES

Two years after the release of Xiu Xiu’s last album “Girl with Basket of Fruit,” the band has returned with new genre-bending music. The experimental rock group, led by singer Jamie Stewart alongside Angela Seo, is known for their electronic melodies and avant-garde lyricism. While their newest album “OH NO” doesn’t veer away from these [...]

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