Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

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School of Rock ft. Rivkah Reyes

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School of Rock ft. Rivkah Reyes

2003’s “School of Rock” may be the most ubiquitously adored film of our generation. With an ensemble cast of almost-too-realistic kid musicians, a consciousness-forming soundtrack, AND the performance of King Jack Black, there isn’t much left to ask for. PLUS… star Rivkah Reyes (AKA Katie the bass player!!!!!) joins us to unpack the legacy of everyone’s favorite movie.

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MORE ABOUT RIVKAH REYES (from rivkahreyes.com)

Rivkah Reyes (they/she, but mostly they) is a queer Filipinx-Jewish actor, musician, comedian, producer and writer from Chicago. They have been performing since the age of 4 when they picked up a guitar for the first time. In the 4th grade, Rivkah performed on the NPR show From the Top, which eventually led to them being discovered and cast in the 2003 film School of Rock. Since their movie debut, Riv has been a prominent force in the comedy and theater scenes of Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York.

They have worked with The Second City in Chicago on several sketch revues and performed improv, sketch, and stand-up at iO, The Hollywood Improv, The Laugh Factory, Club Cumming and Las Culturistas' I Don't Think So Honey! Live. They are an alum of the School at Steppenwolf, The Second City and iO's training centers, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. In 2020, Rivkah released an article called “Confessions of an Obsolete Child Actor” about their journey from childhood stardom to adulthood lessons. Currently, Riv resides in Los Angeles and spends their days drinking tea, listening to lo-fi beats, and being a spooky witch.

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