“Robbins/The Concert” brings laughs and color to stage Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Premiering on Friday, May 5, “Robbins/The Concert” opened its doors to Boston for a show of spectacular color, minimalistic costumes and laughs all across the theatre. The Boston Opera House will house the show until May 27.


The show brings laughs and hilarity to Boston until May 27. Photo courtesy of Boston Ballet. 


“Sleeping Beauty” will not let you sleep Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

There’s nothing quite like a classic ballet. This is why we go the ballet. To see something so antique, unique, something so lost in time that hundreds of people would gather to see it on a warm Friday night in Boston. The Boston Ballet’s rendition of “Sleeping Beauty” opened its doors on Friday, April 28 at the Boston Opera House and will run until May 27.


“Sleeping Beauty” premiered at the Boston Opera House on Friday, April 28 and will run until May 27. Photo courtesy of Boston Ballet. 


“This Is Us” is a tearjerker Reply

By Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff

The phrase “families come in all shapes and sizes” is an understatement. Various television shows have attempted to accurately represent the modern family by depicting how families are no longer restrained to bloodlines and marriages. Through the first season’s 18 episodes of NBC’s “This Is Us,” family is redefined.  More…

“Ghost In The Shell”: The book is better Reply

By Pavel Zlatin 1851 Staff 

What is the most annoying phrase occurring in most movie discussions? “The book is better.” This approach has always seemed shallow to me. In most cases, it is just impossible to compare a movie to a book. Those are completely different mediums, and it’s important to remember that a movie is not supposed to be a visual copy of a book, but more of a director’s remake.