R uddigore, this season's production by the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players, is something of a mixed bag. Musically speaking,
Brad Rouse's production of Paula Vogel's The Baltimore Waltz is an AIDS play turned "inside-out." Through the farce-like adventures of
For his production of Robert Patrick's Kennedy's Children, Marc Talusan transforms the Loeb Ex into a bar. Instead of the
David Levine's new production of Bertolt Brecht's Man is Man is innovative and coherent, engaging and frightening--everything experimental theater should
"The Square Root of Wonderful" has been labeled by critics as Carson McCullers' "failed play." When the show folded after
"Troops are like children...they crave discipline. The way to preserve discipline is to shoot a man every now and then."