Marc R. Talusan

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Scott's Tame Prince Hamlet Has Wit But Lacks Passion

B Y CHOOSING TO SET WILLIAM Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in a vaguely 1930's, vaguely military society under dictatorial rule, director Eric

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Where are the Lomans of Yesteryear?

Hopelessly stuck in the past, The Colonial Theatre's production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman will soon attempt to

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Happily Ever After: Dances & Fairytales

A premier ballet company gains distinction by adding to the established repertoire, either by reviving lost works, or defining new

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Offensive Swings A Hit and a Strike

Lavishly billed "OUT on the Edge 1995," this year's Festival of Lesbian and Gay Theater, sponsored by The Theater Offensive,

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Visiting Director Program Sparks Debate

Tonight is a night of many unveilings. When Harvard kicks off its third annual ARTS First Weekend with the East

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Complicated Rhythm

American Festival II The Boston Ballet at the Wang Center (T. Boylston) April 6-8 at 8 pm, April 9 at

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Broadway-Bound Translations Gets Lost in Its Stars

Translations Brian Friel directed by Howard Davies at the Colonial Theater, Boston through February 26 Scheduled to open on Broadway

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes