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The Performance Fair opened with a ballet called “Swan Lake: For the Birds!” based on Tchaikovsky’s work which featured Hasty Pudding Theatricals as well as distinguished administrators and faculty.
“‘Endgame’ seemed too good to be true for the college setting,” director Paris K. Ellsworth '15 says, highlighting the play’s absurdist, irreverent humor. The 80-minute one-act play will run May 1-9 in the Loeb Experimental Theater.
The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Company’s production of “Bachelorette,” which runs April 24 to May 5 in Farkas Hall, features evocative performances by a polished cast that tell a story far deeper than that of a mere bachelorette party.
Charged with heart-wrenching emotion and earnest appreciation for the wonder of life, “Middletown,” which runs April 24 to May 2 on the Loeb mainstage, excels both as an engaging production and as a broadly resonant contemplation of humanity itself.
Fabrizio Gifuni performs Gadda Goes to War in the Science Center Monday evening. The performance was the final event in a three day series sponsored by The Lauro De Bosis Foundation and Tony Crolla, Vittoria Group Edinburgh.
Sony Entertainment CEO Michael M. Lynton '82 is heavily involved in Harvard business both in his capacity as a member of the University’s second-highest governing body and as a donor and active alumnus.
Attendees of an open forum on the future of theater at Harvard congregate after the official discussion on Wednesday evening.
Chair of the Committee on Dramatics Prof. Martin Puchner, left, and graduate students Tarryn Li-min Chun, center, and Elizabeth M. Phillips, right, attend an open forum on the future of theater at Harvard on Wednesday evening.
The new Theater, Dance, and Media concentration has started the process of hiring faculty members, said Martin Puchner, the English professor who spearheaded the effort to create the concentration, during a panel event Wednesday.
For her last project as a student director at Harvard, Ally M. Kiley ’15 will transform the Loeb mainstage into the small-town setting of “Middletown.” The play, which opens April 24, is a drama that seeks to explore the confusing, unlikely, and short-lived relationship between two strangers.
A sparklingly irreverent show that would be just as much fun to watch sober as drunk (well, almost), “Shit-faced Shakespeare” is a without a doubt a worthy contribution to the Boston theater scene.
The professor who spearheaded the initiative to create the Theater, Dance, and Media concentration is turning his efforts to attracting both current students and admitted members of the Class of 2019.