Throughout the past few months, the global and Shippensburg communities have been celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare’s afterlife — now it is time for Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education gallery to join in on the celebration.
From animated movies like “Finding Dory,” “The BFG” and “Kubo and the Two Strings” to superhero and action movies like “Captain America: Civil War,” “Suicide Squad” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” these movies and more brought excitement and had me wondering what 2017 would bring us.
“Please, please, please.” “How many cups have you had this morning?” “None.” “Plus?” “Five. But yours is better.” Those very same opening lines from the “Gilmore Girls” pilot started off its revival on Black Friday.
Room 201 of the Huber Arts Center Annex was lit up with the brilliant and creative artistic works of local high school juniors and seniors from Nov. 6 – 19. Sixty of the best high school artists in select counties across Pennsylvania and Maryland were chosen to have their artwork displayed in Shippensburg University’s third annual Scholastic 144 Art Exhibition.
“Doctor Strange” can be summed up as a risk. The character, mostly unknown to movie-going audiences, forced Marvel Studios to find the correct balance between familiarity and originality. With 14 films in the Marvel series, the demand for imagination was at its highest, but the risk paid off.