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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

We the Animals crafts cinematic beauty and nuance

‘We the Animals’ crafts cinematic beauty and nuance

Ryan Lueck October 4, 2018

Distressed relationships observed in childhood can have lifelong effects, and are prominent in Jeremiah Zagar's "We the Animals." Beautifully and intimately shot, "We the Animals" carefully crafts a complex...

Story & Studio encourages Fort Collins kids artistic expression

Story & Studio encourages Fort Collins kids’ artistic expression

Ryan Lueck October 1, 2018

It is never too early to inspire children to express themselves artistically and creatively. Fort Collins businesses and Colorado State University are working to bring events to the public that inspire...

Mr. Perfect explores the philosophical boundaries of romantic comedies

‘Mr. Perfect’ explores the philosophical boundaries of romantic comedies

Ryan Lueck September 17, 2018

Between tumultuous failed sexual encounters, quavering romance and existential angst, "Mr. Perfect" uses sharp wit to make a cheerful, entertaining and jocular exploration on the role of romance and arbitrary...

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Eugene Mirman of ‘Bob’s Burgers’ performs for the first time in Fort Collins

Ryan Lueck August 10, 2018

The performance venues ofFort Collins seem to be attracting bigger and bigger names in entertainment. Stand-up comedian and voice actor of Fox’s Emmy-award winning show “Bob’s Burgers,” Eugene...

Bo Burnham captures the Internets major role in growing up in debut film, Eighth Grade

Bo Burnham captures the Internet’s major role in growing up in debut film, ‘Eighth Grade’

Ryan Lueck August 8, 2018

Life in Bo Burnham’s debut film Eighth Grade draws audiences together with its use of sharp humor and deeply touching sentiments of cultivating self-confidence in the bulging paranoia of growing up in...

Lindy Zuroski, doing business as, Lindy Spindy hoop dances to represent the sunrise and everyone waking up from the night during A Midsummer Nights Fire Circus. Lindy has been performing with Spectra Circus Entertainment since 2016. She also has a husband and three children and is a pharmacist when she is not doing circus things. (Sara Graydon | Collegian)

Fort Collins Fringe Festival showcases 90 lively performances

Ryan Lueck August 1, 2018

Last weekend marked the sixth annual Fort Collins Fringe Festival, a time for circus performers and musicians alike come together and wow the Fort Collins community. This festival sets a stage and...

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