“The Rake’s Progress” effectively combined expressive acting, strong musical performances, and technical ingenuity for an entertaining and impressive opera. Aiming high and executing confidently and creatively, the show was truly opera done well.
However well-executed, Melinda Lopez's original play offers frustratingly little clarity about the issues it means to address.
After receiving the fiftieth Man of the Year award from the Hasty Pudding Theatricals Friday night, actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt offers optimistic closing remarks about the character of Ivy League undergraduates.
Hasty Pudding member David A. Sheynberg '16 jumps into the arms of actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt at the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year celebration Friday evening.
Lighting designer and actress Eliza B. Mantz '18 is one of the most prolific theater-makers to declare the new Theater, Dance and Media Studies concentration.
Eliza B. Mantz '18, an active Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club member and one of twelve Theater, Dance, and Media Studies concentrators.
The cast of “The Rake’s Progress,” a Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club production, rehearse on Friday evening. The neoclassical English opera opens on Wednesday, February 3 in the Agassiz Theatre.
Desmond L. Green ’17, Maddie O. Studt ’16, and Duncan W.M. Saum ’18 rehearse in preparation for the upcoming opera “The Rake’s Progress.”
Asia T. Stewart ’18 performs as Anne Trulove during a rehearsal for “The Rake’s Progress.”
HCO’s decision to perform “The Rake’s Progress” is an ambitious one that will, with a little bit of luck, bring out the best in its enormously talented cast and crew while allowing viewers to enjoy an acclaimed modern opera.
Despite a few technical issues along the way, the MIT Musical Theatre Guild builds a whirlwind of humor and tension in “9 to 5,” thanks to a strong cast, expert costuming, and quality scenery.
Ryan O’Neal and Ali MacGraw, co-stars of the 1970 film “Love Story,” applaud during their discussion in Kirkland House. The event marked their first return to Harvard in over forty years.
With a new slate of sophomore concentrators, the concentration in Theater, Dance, and Media will offer twelve courses this spring that span a spectrum of acting, dancing, and directing.
Actors run through their last rehearsal of Clybourne Park, a play presented in conjunction with a reading of “A Raisin in the Sun”. The show deals with themes of dreams, community, and race, and will open tonight at 7:30 pm in the American Repertory Theater Loeb Ex.