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Sarah C. Dry

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Rudnick Turns Politics Into Farce

The energy at the center of Paul Rudnick's new play about the twin evils of censorship and ambition (we're talking

From Bauhaus to MTV: Forging the History of Abstract Film

Watching the animated abstract films at the Harvard Film Archive this weekend will not be easy. Over the course of

Short & NASTY underground

N.Y. Underground comes to Boston and it would seem a breathless piece of good luck. A bit of the raunchy,

'Spike and Mike' Do It Again

Spike and Mike's Festival of Animation at the Coolidge Corner Theater including "The Wrong Trousers," "Bob's Birthday" and "The Janitor"

Cowboy Blasts Warhol

The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists directed by Les Blank, Marureen Gosling, and Chris Simon 54 minutes at the

Slow, Tough Climb Up `Hill'

FILM Federal Hill Starring Nicholas Tuturro and Anthony De Sando directed by Michael Corrente Playing at Sony Fresh Pond Shot

Getting Out in BLACK & WHITE

Michael Corrente, writer and director of the new black and white independent film, "Federal Hill," sits over coffee at Au

Antonioni's Stark View Reinterpretted

Michelango Antonioni's "L'Avventura" has been called one of the 10 best films of all time (International Critics Poll, Sight and

'Just Like a Woman' is Just a Drag

"Just Like a Woman" draws no laughs compared to the flamboyant fun of "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" and the

The Frogs: Aristophanes With Strings Attached

Last weekend the amphibians finally had their day in the sun as The Frogs ruled for a few hours in

Piercing, Visionary Son

Set in the present day West and Midwest and narrated by a young, unnamed heroin addict, the short stories in

Ugly is Beautifully Silly

In a double dose of fairy tale fun, several energetic young-at-heart performers give new spirit to The Emperor's New Clothes

A Delicious 'Breakfast'

The immortal image of Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" will return to the Brattle just in time to soothe

Intimate, Intense Orphans

THEATER Orphans by Lyle Kessler directed by Eric Engel presented by the Nora Theatre Company at the Theatre at the

Complex? No Problem For G & S

The Mikado by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan directed by Michele Travis at the Agassiz Theatre through December 12 It