What is boredom and where does it come from? Can one really be “bored to death’? And how can you fight it? Director Albert Nerenberg (Laughology, Stupidity) continues investigating personality characteristics that everyone addresses every day in this high-quality documentary. This film offers great perspectives and approaches to boredom, taking a fairly satirical tone while considering other social factors, education, and technology usage. The bonus feature almost equals the film’s running time and includes two quick featurettes and the 48-minue “A Revolutionary Accelerated Unboring Version for the Easily Bored. Really!” This is a very entertaining and solidly recommended documentary.
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he term feminism describes a movement (economic, cultural. educational or political) to promote equal rights and protection for women. The first feminist activity was in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, followed by a second rise in activity in the 1960s and 1970s. The third wave, which began in the 1990’s, continues now in the
This thrilling musical adventure explores the lives and crimes of America’s most notorious bank-robbing couple. Runs through September 24; check online for dates and times. 8pm. $25/adult, $23/senior. Toledo Repertoire Theatre 16 10th St. | 419-243-9277 | toledorep.org
This two-day festival features live readings from a diverse selection of original works by Michigan playwrights/ Features the Roustabout Theatre Troupe. 4:30-9:30pm, Friday August 25 and 3-9:30pm Saturday, August 26. Throughout downtown on Milan Main Street 17 W. Main St., Milan, MI. Check Facebook for details.