Dan Bachman

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On the Importance of Scrutiny in Moving Forward with Opinion

by Dan Bachman, Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

“American Gods” a Promising Meeting of Minds

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“The Fate of the Furious” Defies Logic and Critics

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Talking Through Neil Cicierega’s Upsetting, Unsettling, Hilarious, Brilliant Mouth Trilogy

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How the “Boss Baby” Box Office Boom Isn’t as Bad as You Think

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“Peter and the Starcatcher” Takes Imagination to New Heights

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Iñárritu Talks Life, Film, and Murder

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Addressing Our Lack of Diversity

by Connor Aberle, Dan Bachman, Hannah Reale, Michael Darer, Sam Prescott, Opinion Editors. 3 Comments

Panic! at the Discourse: Not Everything is “Debatable”

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ABBA and the Importance of Self-Care in a World Gone Crazy

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One Day Plays: A Writer’s Perspective, Hour by Hour

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The Irrational-Rationale: How Reasoning With Hatred Legitimizes Bigotry

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On “Pure Comedy,” Ineffectual Resistance, and Holding your Heroes Accountable

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I am an Intellectually Disabled Former Public School Student, and I Have Words for Mrs. DeVos

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A Supernatural Love of Pearl in “Steven Universe”

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On Knowing a Person Who Engaged in Public, Pro-Trump Harassment

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Donald Trump and his White Supremacists

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The Humanity of Bias

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Affect, Performance, and the Republican Party

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Cross Talk: Bon Iver’s 22, A Million

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One Day Plays: Exhaustion That’s Worth It

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Concerning the Comment Section on Last Week’s “Ghostbusters” Piece

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Understanding the Beautiful, Calculated Silence of “Blonde”

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The Weary Wonders of the Late Gene Wilder

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“Spectre” Brings Careless Misogyny Back to Bond

by Will McGhee, Dan Bachman, Arts Editor and Foreign Correspondent. 4 Comments

Daniel Craig’s latest turn as the British super spy falls over itself to pay empty homage to its predecessors

Second Stage Willkommens You to “Cabaret” in Psi U

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“Trestle” Chugs Through Love, Money, and Identity

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A coming of age story unfolds beneath the train tracks during the Great Depression.

Diverse Spring Fling Lineup Features Jeremih, The Julie Ruin, and Djemba Djemba

by Dan Bachman, Michael Darer, Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Arts Editor and Assistant Arts Editors. 3 Comments

Djemba Djemba, The Julie Ruin, and Jeremih make up a diverse and surprising Spring Fling slate.

Look What I Did: Directing “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead”

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Sufjan Stevens Plays Haunted Opus in Hartford Theater

by Daniel Bachman, Assistant Arts Editor. Comments Off on Sufjan Stevens Plays Haunted Opus in Hartford Theater

Following the release of his chilling new album Carrie and Lowell, Stevens set up church at The Bushnell Center in Hartford.

“The Cobbler” Starts and Finishes on the Wrong Foot

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“Doubt” Brings the Brimstone, But Could Use More Fire

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“Venus in Fur” Blurs Lines Between Play and Players

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Pop Music and Kabuki Theater Cosmically Align in “Starfall”

by Dan Bachman, Assistant Arts Editor. 2 Comments

As her senior thesis, Grace Herman-Holland ’15 recreates and transforms a theater tradition.

Sexy Singles: Judging This Monday In New Music

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Misty’s I Love You, Honeybear Explores the Love Song

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Spongebob Resurfaces For a Fan-Pleasing Romp

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Look What We Did: “In the Quiet of the Night”

by Dan Bachman, Will McGhee, Assistant Arts Editors. Comments Off on Look What We Did: “In the Quiet of the Night”

One writer and one director share the stress and joy of creating and putting on a 10-minute play in 24 hours.

“Inherent Vice” is Pure PTA Cinema

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Panda Bear Weaves Beautiful Melancholy on New Album

by Dan Bachman, Assistant Arts Editor. 2 Comments

Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper is the fifth album from Animal Collective co-founder Noah Lennox.

“Othello” Makes Backstage Drama Shakespearean

by Dan Bachman, Staff Writer. Comments Off on “Othello” Makes Backstage Drama Shakespearean

Othello’s green-eyed monster lurks backstage in this complete retelling of Shakespeare’s classic.

Run the Jewels Bring More Nihilism to Hip-Hop

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“Whiplash” Needs No Drumroll For Jazz Drama

by Dan Bachman, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on “Whiplash” Needs No Drumroll For Jazz Drama

Syro Is A Gateway Into The World of Aphex Twin

by Dan Bachman, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Syro Is A Gateway Into The World of Aphex Twin

An eccentric musician balances rigid structure and frenzied chaos on new album.

Despite Its Excesses, Tweedy’s Sukierae is Real, Bold Rock n’ Roll

by Dan Bachman, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Despite Its Excesses, Tweedy’s Sukierae is Real, Bold Rock n’ Roll

Father and son make a far grittier and interesting record than they have any right to.

Sun Kil Moon Gets Personal On Benji

by Dan Bachman, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Sun Kil Moon Gets Personal On Benji

Kozelek’s bleak, autobiographical songwriting is a grand slam

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