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The Trial of Sir Arthur's Century

This weekend, of all weekends, we want to stay as far away as possible from trials. After 16 months as

Fashion Stripped to Fun

As a child, Isaac Mizrahi coveted the daisies on his mother's high-heeled mules. He stole her milk money to buy

Streetcar Arrives In Familiar Form

A Streetcar Named Desire directed by George Reyes at the Aggasiz Theater through April 30 The Agassiz production of A

Ready for Their Close-ups

at the Brattle Theater Monday, April 17 Kane at 3:10 and 7:30 Sunset at 1:00, 5:20 and 9:45 tickets $6

Third and Oak Hits the Corner Pocket

Third and Oak Marsha Norman directed by Naeemah A. White at the Agassiz Theatre February 17 and 18 In the

Streisand Defends Political Role of Art

Barbra Streisand used her speech at the Kennedy School's ARCO Forum last night to defend the art world from what

Hanks, Pfeiffer Honored By Hasty

Hollywood celebrities Tom Hanks and Michelle Pfeiffer will each visit Cambridge this month to receive very special degrees--degrees awarded not

Altman's Fashion Circus

For those who crave fashion, Robert Altman's "Ready to Wear" serves up a multi-course feast. If you're the kind who

Compromise Plan Is a Farce

When anonymous donors came forward last fall to fund a boost in financial support for women's athletics teams, Harvard patted

Show Puts Culture in Context

For those who have wondered why President Rudenstine (or his standin) would agree to spend Commencement Day perched in the

Kenneth Branagh's FRANKENSTEIN

The monster's birth scene in "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" is a microcosm of the film's strengths and weaknesses. The creature and

The Modern PROMETHEU

178 years ago, Mary Shelley stayed awake all night writing a story "to curdle the blood, and quicken the beatings

Explosive 'Strangelove' Dazzles

"Dr. Strangelove" is incontestably the best feel-good nuclear apocalypse comedy ever made. Director Stanley Kubrick's dark comedic touch and the

'Noises' On

Call ahead and reserve your tickets. The Harvard-Radcliffe Summer Theatre production of "Noises Off" is a crowd-pleasing slapstick hit. Michael

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