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Elyssa Jakim '10 lies on the floor during a performance "Marat/Sade," Peter Weiss's revolutionary radical drama, in the Loeb Ex Theater.
Running in the Loeb Ex until Nov. 7, “Marat/Sade” is a compelling production. A show that succeeds in creating the chilling energy the original Weiss script demands, it is, nonetheless, at times overly ambitious.
Darren (Chris Massoglia, left) is the young, troubled protagonist of “Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant,” based on the popular young-adult series.
Uma Thurman embraces her role as Eliza Welch in “Motherhood,” which chronicles a day in the life of a Greenwich Village stay-at-home-mom.
Mira Nair ’79 directs Hilary Swank and Richard Gere in her new biopic, “Amelia,” which chronicles the rise to stardom of American legend Amelia Earhart. Alongside Swank in the title role, Gere plays Earhart’s husband, George Putnam, who proposed to her six times before she finally acquiesed.
“Sleep No More” incorporates the audience in a dreamlike world where the ghostly tale of Macbeth unravels before viewers’ eyes.
Beth Kobliner discusses how to manage money in today's economy at the signing of her new book, Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties, at the Harvard Coop on Thursday.
Shahriar Mandanipour, an award-winning Iranian author and currently a visiting scholar at Harvard, along with his novel's translator, Sara Khalili, discuss his first book to appear in English, Censoring an Iranian Love Story, at the Harvard Book Store on
Students of the course French 52: Advanced Oral Expression in French, perform scenes from French plays as their final exam on Wednesday in Ticknor Lounge.