Freshman forward Michael Innocenzi maintains possession in the men's soccer game against Brown, in which the Bears snagged a first-half goal to defeat Harvard 1-0.
Scott Prozeller, junior midfielder, sprints up the field in a final attempt to pressure the goal in Saturday night's match against Brown. The Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.
Eric Slignerland, sophomore defender, is pulled down as he clears the ball in Saturday night's game against Brown, in which the Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.
Co-producer Katherine Price and Lighting Designer Rossi Walter cue a blackout during the show, which was held in the Adams Pool Theater this weekend.
Frankie (Omar Cancio) siezes the moment and kisses Kim (Mary Hallowell) duirng the one act play, Affordable Rates and Color TV, directed by Andy J. Boyd ‘14.
Kim (Mary Hallowell) is forced by her abusive boyfriend, Scott (Will Kehler) to drink a pot of old coffee.
Harleen Gambhir, who is comping the Harvard Crimson photo board, plays the role of Claire. Here she performs a hilarious rant about her pre-prom woes on Friday night.
Frankie (Omar Cancio) helps Kim (Mary Hallowell) into her mother’s wedding dress.
William Ryan, playing the part of confused-yet-wise motel client Ben, shares a cup of coffee and some advice with Kim (Mary Hallowell) in the one-act play "Affordable Rates & Color TVs," directed and produced by Andy Boyd.
Director Severine Von Tscharner Fleming speaks with a panel of local farmers at the premiere of "The Greenhorns," a film which played at Brattle Theater on Wednesday.
Director Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, left, shares her experiences of creating "The Greenhorns," a film which premiered at Brattle Theater on Wednesday and highlighted the lives of young farmers in America.
Severine Von Tscharner Fleming shares her experiences directing "The Greenhorns," a film focusing on young farmers in America that played at Brattle Theater on Wednesday.