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Under the honor code legislation, students would be required to affirm their awareness of the honor code each time they register for the semester and would be unable to register should they not make that affirmation.
Strong acting helps "Stranger" deliver on its premise, and, despite momentary deficiencies of subtlety and a faintly inadequate ending, the play fascinates and unsettles.
The structure of a concentration in Theater, Dance, and Media to be discussed at the March 3 Faculty meeting has been outlined in a proposal.
A proposed concentration in Theater, Dance, and Media would draw heavily from existing resources, using current teaching staff and curricula from across the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and outside groups.
The cast of "Finding Neverland," A. R. T. The musical originated in Boston and went to Broadway.
The arts offer a unique example of a flowering cultural exchange and promising potential for collaboration between New York and Boston.
"Stranger," described as “really exciting, really intense, and really psychological," tells the story of two people on an airplane together. The show runs from Feb. 27 to March 7 in the Loeb Ex.
In a partnership between the A.R.T. and the History and Literature Department, "Staging the Civil War" navigates literary, theater, and archival sources to bring a new perspective to the Civil War.
“[title of show],” a musical comedy that ran at the Adams Pool Theater from Feb. 13-15, offered not only the chance to see a cast of talented actors perform, but also to watch a particular group of friends act out their love of the theater.
“Hansel and Gretel” is a familiar tale. But Harvard College Opera's version of this candy-sweet tale, which ran at the Agassiz Theater from Feb. 4-8, presented an impressively layered interpretation of the classic Grimm story.
Plays often rely on elaborate lighting, lavish costumes, and richly decorated sets to entertain; “A Quiet Place” featured none of these. But, in spite of some elements that made the play feel unfinished, this 80-minute production was never boring.
Actor Chris Pratt displayed good humor and versatility Friday night at Farkas Hall, chopping wood with his forehead and performing a lap dance as he was honored and roasted as the Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ Man of the Year.
Acting, no matter how good, cannot overcome the fundamental incoherence of a play. Despite some excellent performances on the part of the cast, "Father Comes Home from the Wars" fails to unify individual moments into a dramatic whole.
Harvard College Opera’s production of “Hansel and Gretel, which runs Feb. 4-8 at the Agassiz Theater, promises to bring a favorite childhood story to life with a full orchestra, soaring arias, sumptuous costumes, and even a giant gingerbread house.