Sugar, butter, flour: Waitress review

Usually when I write reviews, it’s about books. After reflecting on my manifesto, I opted to try my hand at theater review. I had the pleasure of seeing The Waitress by Sara Bareilles starring Stephanie Torns as Jenna and Jason Mraz as Dr. Pomatter. I like to be surprised by shows, so I steered clear… Continue reading Sugar, butter, flour: Waitress review

Death and the King’s Horseman

The play Death and the King’s Horseman by Wole Soyinka examines colonialism by depicting the clashing of cultures and exposing the dangers of ethnocentrism. The story takes place in Nigeria, following several main characters: an Englishman named Pilkings and his wife, Jane, and Elesin Oba. As the late King’s horseman, Elesin Oba must commit suicide… Continue reading Death and the King’s Horseman

Exposing the Meyerist Cult

Move over, Netflix original series. “The Path,” an original Hulu series, confronts controversial topics from cult practices to immigration through a delightful fusion of mystery and drama with hints of the supernatural. The show focuses on a fictitious system of beliefs known as Meyerism. Based loosely on Scientology, the Meyerist Spiritual Movement follows the teachings… Continue reading Exposing the Meyerist Cult