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Claire P. Tan

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'Yes or No?' Engages with Audience

Opening in Agassiz Theatre tonight, “Yes or No?” promises to be a provocative performance. Sponsored by the Office of Sexual ...

On Campus

Portrait of An Artist: Liv A. Redpath

Opera singer Liv Redpath discusses Harvard’s opera communit and her newest production.

Sunday in the Park with George

Brilliant Projectors Animate ‘George’

Though at times the visuals projected on the panels distracts from the acting, the musical still serves as a stunning combination of theatrical and visual art that serves as an invitation to examine the lives of the people in the painting more closely.

On Campus

Ladysmith Bring a Unique Style to Sanders

While their concert at Sanders Theatre meandered at the beginning and was repetitive at times, the group’s infectious gusto and enthusiasm turned the show into a raucous and entertaining delight.

On Campus

Student-Run Monday Gallery Opens Exhibit

It is easy to overlook an inconspicuous door to the smallest part of the Visual and Environmental Studies department tucked ...


‘Flynn’ Destitute Save for De Niro

While 'Being Flynn' suffers at times from a lack of narrative concision, it is ultimately redeemed by De Niro’s excellent portrayal of his character.


“A Good American” a Beautiful Ode to Family and History

Alex George narrates all the intimacies of family life, both the mundane and the scandalous, in simple heartfelt prose that resonates deeply through its unwavering attention to the powerful connections between the characters and their own unique places in American history.


The Crossroad Between Music and Rhetoric

With various musical illustrations played by Marsalis and other distinguished musicians, the lecture charmed a packed Sanders Theater and provided a rich history of the American root genres and the musicians who explored them.


Scientific Research Speaks through Art

A panel of artists and scientists discuss the role of art in conveying scientific information.


Grossman Discusses Israeli Literature

Israeli novelist and political activist David Grossman shared the stories that influenced his latest award-winning novel, “To the End of Our Land,” at a guest lecture Tuesday night.


‘A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas’ Collapses Under Crass Comedy

While some of its gags succeed, most of the film is comprised of crass jokes with little imagination. If you’re not a Harold and Kumar fan, don’t expect “A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas” to make you a believer.

On Campus

Crutchfield Muses on Mastery

On Friday, conductor William Crutchfield taught a master class for Harvard singers.


Preview: Dracula

HRDC's rendition of "Dracula" brings an unexpected twist to an otherwise faithful interpretation of Stoker's classic novel.


Minimalist ‘Margin Call’ is on the Money

An impressive writing and directing debut for J.C. Chandor, “Margin Call” is a stark and unnerving portrayal of humanity and the corruptions of greed. And while its harsh criticisms of the culture of Wall Street may seem extremely cynical and at times overblown, they also point to a chillingly relevant reality.


Music Alters Autism Therapy

Berklee explores music as a form of therapy for autistic children.