Victoria Mione

  • March 8, 2018By Victoria Mione

    Denice Frohman first made her debut into the poetry scene in 2013 with her album “Feels Like Home,” featuring 10 tracks — eight poems and two songs. The Jewish-Latina’s poetry shares her personal experiences with race and sexuality. Her most recent poetic endeavor is a commercial for Twitter that aired during the Oscars on March

  • January 16, 2018By Victoria Mione

    Broadway isn’t accessible for everyone. Unless you live in the tri-state area and are willing to splurge on tickets and transportation, or are willing to travel to the Big Apple and drop a few hundred bucks on tickets, hotel, transportation, and anything else a trip may contain, the chances of you seeing a Broadway show

  • December 17, 2017By Victoria Mione

    I wrote this poem, because over the past year, I’ve lost a lot of people. I’ve had a very rude awakening that everything is, in fact, temporary. So, this is for those I’ve loved and lost, for those who packed their bags and left, for those who just dropped their room keys at the front

  • December 11, 2017By Victoria Mione

    Wish.com, here’s a tip for you: If you want to sell plus size tights, the best way to do that probably isn’t having a thin model wear the tights, and stretch them over their entire bodies. Wish, which sells inexpensive products directly to consumers from Chinese manufacturers, are being blasted on social media for their

  • October 30, 2017By Victoria Mione

    Harry Styles publicly expresses his support for women and the LGBTQ community. In 2014, he tweeted his support for #HeForShe, an organization for gender equality and female empowerment. He regularly incorporates rainbow flags into his concerts, even more so since the dispersion of One Direction. So if he’s so “woke,” then why is he silent when

  • October 13, 2017By Victoria Mione

    The third annual Elsie Fest took place on Oct. 8 at Central Park Summerstage. The event, which celebrates stars of the stage and screen, was created by Glee actor Darren Criss and he describes it as “the Coachella of the musical theater world.” The show got its name from a lyric in the song “Cabaret.”

  • September 25, 2017By Victoria Mione

    Broadway fans flooded Shubert Alley to take advantage of the deals and rare finds amongst the various booths at the Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction. The event, which benefits Broadway Care/Equity Fight Aids (BCEFA), is in its 31st year. As of last year, all 30 years of the event raised $12.6 million. Since the nonprofit

  • September 6, 2017By Victoria Mione

    As you probably already know, we’ve seen three different depictions of Spider-Man, from Tobey Maguire to Andrew Garfield and to the most recent addition of Tom Holland. And while you may be disappointed (but not really surprised) that all of these actors are straight, white men (after all, they are Hollywood’s favorite), something you might

  • August 18, 2017By Victoria Mione

    WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the musical ‘Waitress’. Waitress is a musical celebrating friendship and the joys of motherhood. It tells the story of Jenna Hunterson, a waitress at a local diner and pie-maker extraordinaire, as she copes with a pregnancy by an abusive husband and dreams of a new life with the new doctor

  • August 10, 2017By Victoria Mione

    Following rumors of closing and casting concerns, Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 (shortened to The Great Comet) will take its final bow next month. The musical will play its final performance at the Imperial Theater on September 3. The show began previews on October 18, 2016, and officially opened on November 14. When it

  • August 4, 2017By Victoria Mione

    Supernatural is currently going into its 13th season, with season 14 being confirmed as the show’s last season. There’s been a talk of a spin-off for years, with one failed attempt with Supernatural: Bloodlines back in season 9. Last month, a female-centric spin-off titled Wayward Sisters was announced. A Wayward Sisters spin-off has been the hope of many for

  • July 15, 2017By Victoria Mione

    In May, pop-rock group Paramore released After Laughter, their fifth studio album. The album takes listeners on a personal journey, with songs like Hard Times (“Hard times / Gonna take you down and laugh when you cry”), Fake Happy (“Don’t ask me how I’ve been / Don’t make me play pretend / What’s the use