In “Running the Rift,” author Naomi Benaron chronicles Jean Patrick’s upbringing and path to college, and through his voice, narrates a personal tale of the atrocities committed in the Rwandan genocide by both sides of the Hutu-Tutsi ethnic rift
“You will never see the world more clearly than you see it right now,” said acclaimed theater director Peter M. Sellars ’80 as he sat among his collaborators—including composer John C. Adams ’69, and librettist Alice A. Goodman ’80—to discuss the creation of the opera “Nixon in China.”
To those who lived in the neighborhood, the High Line was just a large, iron reminder that they did not live in a very nice area. To Hammond and David, however, the High Line was beautiful and had great potential—but neither had a clue what that potential could turn into.
Would you be more willing to trek across the river to see a sporting event if we told you that you could win an iPod nano and Beats headphones? You can this Friday at the Harvard-Princeton hockey game, as the Student Rewards Program is giving away this season's grand prize.
Often, the film simply feels like an extended exercise in product placement, rather than a dramatic update of a cult classic. We may not find a new interpretation of the story or characters here, but how else would we know which cowboy boots to buy at Target, or how exactly to wear Ray Bans?
New York University History Professor Ada Ferrer spoke Tuesday on the significance of the Haitian Revolution, both on its impact on the independence movements in the region and on Haiti’s policy that all black, former slaves were free upon setting foot on Haitian soil.
Continuing Speakeasy Stage Company’s tradition of putting on shows that delve into philosophical questions about human nature, “Next Fall” presents a fresh perspective on the lives of gay couples through biting humor and hauntingly realistic drama.