CUA Reviews: Give Me A Band, Give Me A Banana

By Stephen Fasulo II Give Me A Band, Give Me A Banana is the story of the Brazilian movie actress Carmen Miranda. The musical succeeds in almost everything it accomplishes, but still struggles in some areas. This play, Pointless Theatre’s contribution to the Women’s Voices Theater Festival, is a fun tribute to the life of Read More …

Selma ‘65: A Review Two CUA Professors perform show in honor of Civil Rights movement

By Stephen Fasulo II Selma ‘65 is the intersecting story of two people heavily involved with the Civil Rights Movement. One is an undercover FBI informant, and the other is an overzealous house mother with aspirations of grandeur.   I first have to say that I liked the understated set design and minimalistic props.   Read More …

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – A Slave to Status Quo

By Stephen Fasulo II   Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a good movie. It’s not great, but it is an average film with some amazing pieces that rounds into a fun time. First, the bad parts of the movie. The plot was at best, lazy. The concept is interesting; during the Cold War, a pair of Read More …

No Escape from “No Escape”

By Stephen Fasulo II It’s a bad sign for your Pierce Brosnan action film when Owen Wilson carries the movie. No Escape is an action film that misses almost every mark that it sets up. The premise is a bit off-putting; Wilson goes to a Southeast-Asian country as a member of a team of engineers Read More …

“CHAPLAINS” film Premier’s at Edward J Pryzbala Center

By Stephen Fasulo II On Thursday, September 10th the documentary film produced by Journey Films, “CHAPLAINS,” premiered in the Great Room of the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center. The film, helmed by Martin Doblmeier, is about the lives of chaplains and the lives they positively affect through their profession. A chaplain is a member of a Read More …