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Artist Spotlight: Benjamin Bagby

Composer, harpist, and performer of medieval music, Benjamin Bagby is currently touring the country performing “Beowulf” in its original Old English.

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“The Pillowman” is a New Take on Storytelling

Director Lily R. Glimcher ’14 blurs the lines between fiction and reality in the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club's production of "The Pillowman" as she tells the story of Katurian (Benjamin J. Lorenz ’14), a fiction writer living in a totalitarian police state. Katurian undergoes questioning by two ruthlessly cruel yet playful detectives when the gruesome contents of his short stories become reality in the form of bizarre child murders occurring within the town.

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A Creative Reimagining of the Peanuts Saga in "Dog Sees God"

Director kat baus ’15 takes a different perspective on Charlie Brown, his gang of friends, and, of course, his beloved dog Snoopy. Instead, the production brings to the stage a sequel that follows the comic strip’s characters into their darker teen years in Bert V. Royal’s “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.” It will run from March 27 to 29 in the Adams Pool Theater.

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A Unique Type of “SKETCH” Comedy

Saturday Night Live comes to Harvard in a brand new way with “SKETCH.” Running from March 27 to 29 in the Loeb Ex, director Karen Chee ’17 offers a fresh take on Harvard theater, diverging from the plays and musicals often produced through the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club with a night of sketch comedy.

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A Thoroughly Entertaining Ride on the “Carousel”

With solid technical elements and an excellent cast that sometimes struggled to create a sense of unity amongst themselves, "Carousel," directed by Susanna B. Wolk ’14, successfully navigated the musical’s light surface and dark undertones.