Marquette Wire

New exhibit at Haggerty

faiza.yunus@marquette.edu

September 18, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

Starting today, the Haggerty Museum of Art presents an exhibit from a highly regarded, innovative contemporary artist, Peter Sehringer. This is the first time Sehringer's work will be shown in the United States. The exhibit,...

Thursday’s gone with the wind

Tim Cigelske

September 18, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

Such plaudits came at a time when Thursday — the band, not the weekday — had sold a mere 300,000 copies of its second album on a tiny Chicago-based indie label. So imagine the band members' surprise when the Times — a paper...

"Mary Stuart"

Libby Fry

September 18, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

Gordon's Elizabeth is a proud, defiant woman who has spent much of her life defending her presence on England's throne. She is unnaturally strong-willed for a woman of her era, and such determination intimidates the men in her...

Hidden jewelcase

Lydia Cox

September 18, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

1960s, the Colonel experimented with sounds similar to Zappa. Since then, he has delved into other projects, most recently The Codetalkers. Their self-titled debut album, released in 2002, features a diverse palette of musical...

Second season of ’24’ saves day again

Paul Day

September 18, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), still recovering from his wife's death, is summoned by his colleagues for his expertise in an escalating situation involving a terrorist threat of nuclear proportions. Meanwhile, President David...

MUSG Weekend Movies

Tim Horneman

September 11, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Student Government

Last year, movies were shown on Friday nights only. This year, movies are shown at 8 p.m. on Fridays and 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Saturdays. All showings are at the Varsity Theatre and cost $2 with a valid Marquette Card and $3 without. Movies...

Matchstick

Tim Cigelske

September 11, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

The slam-bang surprise ending helps, but the story until that point limps along with stabs at cheap sentimentality and bad jokes that barely make it worthwhile. Based on the novel by Eric Garcia, the plot centers on Roy (Cage),...

Spade film leans on easy jokes, fails to reach maturity

Kevin Crowe

September 11, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

"Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" details the life of a child who experienced a few years of success in his youth as his messy hair, crooked smile and quirky interjections endeared him to television audiences across the country....

‘Richard’ crippled by era, saved by lead performance

Libby Fry

September 11, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

The show opened at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater last weekend to launch the theater's 50th Anniversary season. Set just after the end of England's War of the Roses, in which the House of York defeated the House of Lancaster...

Football series gets stopped at goal line

Libby Fry

September 11, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

Following in the cleats of "Any Given Sunday," ESPN takes its first shot at a dramatic series with "Playmakers" (8 p.m., Tuesdays, ESPN). While a cut above previous ESPN attempts at original programming, "Playmakers" is still...

Organ transplant

faiza.yunus@marquette.edu

September 11, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

Saturday begins the season at around 1 p.m. with the first American feature length comedy, "Tillie's Punctured Romance," a 1914 classic starring Charlie Chaplin. The season will run through May, with one silent film showing per...

UWM travels the globe for restorated movie series

Lydia Cox

September 11, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

According to Luke Sieczek, program manager for Union Theatre, the decision was made last semester to start showing strictly 35mm prints on Wednesday and Thursday nights. In the past, those nights were reserved for theme-oriented...