Coi Leray replaced by Sheck Wes in Spring Fest lineup
Coi Leray is out, Sheck Wes is in.
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Coi Leray is out, Sheck Wes is in.
Leale didn’t begin rapping with the intention of selling out stadiums, or getting big record deals, or getting millions of downloads.
UB’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” created on-stage magic, no fairy godmothers necessary. The show’s larger than life characters were matched by equally extravagant costumes, props and scenery at six shows this past weekend.
Doing the nasty doesn’t have to sound nasty. Pick a song that gets you hard, not one that makes sex harder.
Lucy Person blinked away tiredness, busily coating a wall in the basement of the Center for the Arts (CFA) with pink acrylic paint. Her late-night artistic sessions — a result of procrastination and other commitments — produced an eye-catching mural with a personal message about her own struggles with ADHD.
Black lines covered the floor of the Center for the Arts (CFA)’s Project Space, depicting Buffalo’s highway systems. Entering south of the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, one could walk all the way to Canalside. Viewers marveled at the ability to spontaneously transport oneself throughout all of Buffalo without leaving a single room. Immersed in the topography of Buffalo, viewers realized that in Vic Janis’ miniature world, they could be in Elmwood one minute, and Amherst the next.
“It’s about to happen.”
For the second year in a row, the UB Theatre and Dance Department presented two versions of their annual dance show, Choreolab: one formal and produced, the other relaxed and stripped.
Audience members found themselves transported into the otherworldly and unusual cavern of Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice” as they entered the Center for the Arts (CFA)’s Black Box Theater this past weekend.
Last weekend, lights in the Center for the Arts’ (CFA) Black Box Theater dimmed before whirring back to life on a vibrant beach scene, plunging theatergoers into a haze of nostalgia. The beginning of UB’s production of Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice” is sweet but tainted by the sense that this moment is fleeting, fated to fade.
UB students employed visual art to create safe spaces, speak out and show support for the university’s transgender community in response to right-wing commentator Michael Knowles’ speaking engagement at UB Thursday night.
Zodiaque, UB’s pre-professional dance company, showcased their diverse talents in a series of performances last weekend at the Center for the Arts.
In the back of the CFA’s basement, on a now-vacated desk, sat a bizarre assortment of pooping animal figurines. Much like the office’s former occupant, these figurines have since retired from the UB Department of Theatre and Dance.
UB’s international clubs and cultural organizations will take the stage this Saturday for International Fiesta, an annual dance competition held at the Center for the Arts. The event, sponsored by the Student Association and UB’s International Council, will showcase the talents and cultures of the university community.
The Buffalo Chips have been around for longer than most UB students have been alive.
Rihanna opened the Super Bowl LVII halftime show in a glossy-red, custom-made Loewe and Alaïa getup, defiantly staring into the camera on a floating platform while her 2015 hit “B—h Better Have My Money” blared through State Farm Stadium in Arizona this past Sunday.
Songs have the ability to capture moments and epitomize the chapters of one’s life.
The Bills may be out, but gorgeous football players are still in. Bills Mafia may be grieving another missed shot at the Lombardi Trophy, but that doesn’t mean the big game has to be a big downer.
UB’s Dreams Affirmed club sold Karen Burthwright with just five words: “Black musical theatre student group.”
“I’m sorry, but I have to inform you that your husband is dead,” Josh Sticht announced to the newlywed dental student on the other side of the threshold. It was 4 a.m. when Sticht delivered the heartbreaking news that her husband was never coming back.