Remember, always keep your shoes tied. If you don’t then you’ll trip yourself up, fall out a window, and find yourself walking along the walls shooting web out of your hands.
Let’s be real. Is there anyone out there who really enjoyed their years in middle school? Especially eighth grade. There is no film, unlike Eighth Grade, which sells the most awkward final year of torture.
Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Well, that sounds encouraging! But, didn’t I just hear those exact same words yesterday? And the day before? And a week ago? Something is strange! I have been repeating the same day over and over for a whole week now!
Stage 284 presents To Kill a Mockingbird, the critically acclaimed and Pulitzer Prize-winning novel written by Harper Lee. Performances will be held at The Community House in South Hamilton, Massachusetts from January 19 to 27. Come and join Scout in Maycomb, Alabama where she witnessed the compelling trial of 1935.
Bird Box is a riveting, on edge, and powerful story. Based upon the novel of the same name by Josh Malerman, Bird Box centers around a post-apocalyptic world. A mother and her two children travel blindly on a life-threatening journey. Blindfolded and forced silent, they must navigate around the invisible demons.
At the last house on the left, the one with no security system signs staked out on the lawn, no dog in the backyard, Mandy elbowed out a pane of glass in the kitchen door and reached through it to unlock it from the inside.