Joker

‘Joker’ is a chilling depiction of poverty, abuse, and severe trauma-induced mental illness. It is reflective of the palm-greasing dysfunctional reality of classism serving as a catalyst to aid the aims of those with influence. My predominant concern prior to seeing...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Spoiler Free)

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is deeply polarizing amongst Harry Potter fans. After plenty of viewings of this juggernaut of a production, with two full re-readings of the original series since it opened, I can safely say that it’s established its own integrity...

Niall Horan: Nice to Meet Ya

Niall Horan’s first new release since his debut studio effort in 2017 delivers a debonair, keyboard driven mid-to-up-tempo chronicling his ever-changing dynamic with an illusive and mysterious ingenue. ‘Nice to Meet Ya’ is an earworm, and Horan’s honey-tinged croon...

Avril Lavigne: Head Above Water Tour

Avril Lavigne’s Head Above Water tour is both a re-introduction (she’s playing a rooftop in New York City after 40M+ records sold) and a career-celebrating encapsulation of the artist that defined the sound of the early 2000’s. Lavigne inaugurates her set with the...

Slave Play on Broadway

It’s not a white guilt play. It’s a play about black people, and more specifically, the psychological distortion that some (not all) black people encounter in interracial relationships with white people as a result of centuries of disparity of power and sexual...