The Sentinel is a mature movie, mature in that it features characters that speak and act in a manner that resembles real people, a feature that is sorely lacking in many recent commercial films. It is mature also in that it knows itself for what it is - a movie - and allows itself to probe the limits of what it can and cannot do, attempting to balance between believability and the absurd, at which it is mostly successful. »
Dashboard Confessional performed to a crowd of approximately 2,800 Saturday night in the Ryder Center, a show that was not entirely acoustic. It certainly was not solo. But it was successful. »
SVSU's Concert Band put on a fine performance last Monday in The Malcolm E. Field Theatre for Performing Arts, playing some extremely difficult music with precision and vigor. »
The Department of Music presented the SVSU Jazz Ensemble Thursday night in the Rhea Miller Recital Hall.
Director Jeff Hall kicked the concert off with "Who's Sorry Now," a song by Ted Snyder, Burt Kalman, and Harry Ruby. It was followed by a great first half with solos and well chosen music. »