Bryan S. Erickson
Simply put, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” suffers from thematic inconsistency: from the direction to the performances and even the wardrobe, the show tries and fails to make the production simultaneously a contemporary criticism of racial dynamics in America and a unique cultural product of the ’60s.
OK Go has spent the past summer touring the United States and Canada in anticipation for their new album “Hungry Ghosts” set to be released this October. We had the chance to talk with bassist and vocalist Tim Nordwind about the group’s North American tour and their fourth studio album.
Cox's visibility has had notable ripple effects in the mainstream and has given Cox a platform from which she has been able to advocate for transgender women to tell their own stories
While “I’m Not Part of Me” is energetic and upbeat, it refrains from experimenting and showing a range of musical talent.
A video of the ensemble performing this piece has been uploaded to YouTube along with recordings of many of their other performances since 2009. This video currently has over 70,000 views.
February 14-16, 8:00 p.m.
Harvard Capoeira Regional bring their unique style of Brazilian martial arts to Arts First.
Instead of striking a balance between realistic animation and an idealistic plot, "The Adventures of Tintin" falters from age.
Roby Lakatos dazzled the audience at Sanders on Friday
“Take Care” is a contemplative collection that, surprisingly, conveys its wisdom and insight more through the subtleties of Drake’s language than through its production.
Here's a little taste of the pumpkin-flavored foods that Harvard Square has to offer.
Students and faculty members will protest the University’s investment policies and perceived biases in its economics courses at an “Occupy Harvard” rally in Harvard Yard Wednesday night.
“The Rum Diary” had the potential to be a lasting tribute to a literary folk hero. But instead, it plays more like a meandering, inconsistent assemblage of references and imitations of Hunter S. Thompson’s style.
Award-winning playwrights and friends Matthew M. Lombardo and Charles L. Busch were a dynamic pair in their lecture last Friday ...
Book lovers of all kinds gathered this Saturday at the Boston Book Festival.