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Aline G. Damas

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Pure Genius?
Arts

Not So ‘Pure Genius’

Besides its absurd and improbable elements, the show does not seem to bring anything new.

On Campus

An Eerie and Alive ‘Macbeth’

Along with the freshness of its creative liberties, the Hyperion production’s powerful acting, cast and staging made it a thoroughly enjoyable show and a brilliant interpretation of the Bard’s classic.

On Campus

Relating the Plight of ‘The Trojan Women,’ Then and Now

Flashes of refugee camps in Syria; children covered in the ashes of bombs. Over the last few months, images like these revolving around the refugee crisis have been inundating televisions and newsfeeds. At a time like this, the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club’s adaption of “The Trojan Women” might be more relevant than ever.

On Campus

Rem Koolhaas Discusses Current Preoccupations at the GSD

​On Oct. 4, renowned Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas spoke about four of his current overseas design projects at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Film

'The Dressmaker' Fun but Uneven

While the excess of subplots and confused theme can feel overwhelming, the stellar acting of the lead characters make "The Dressmaker" striking and thoroughly entertaining.​