Effectively utilizing the DC backdrop, "Fellow Travelers" personifies the suspicion and mayhem of the McCarthy era through a compelling love story.
Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players Present their Fresh and Humorous Update of ‘H.M.S. Pinafore’
Even in its 13th iteration at Harvard, “H.M.S Pinafore” can still make an audience burst into laughter with every joke.
Created by Ronán Noone, “the smuggler” puts Tim Finnegan (Billy Meleady), an Irish immigrant, alone and center stage to tell his story and critique the idealized “American Dream.”
Violinist Anna Luisa Volkwein and tubist Ole Heiland spoke about their experiences studying with two world-class orchestras and performing in the United States as German musicians.
“M. Butterfly” works through difficult topics of Asian identity with finesse, asking audiences to consider how their prejudices about Asians fit into larger Western perceptions of the East.
The brand new tour cast of The Spongebob Musical reminded audiences at the Boch Center why Spongebob Squarepants is loved across generations.
Vibrant and intimate, "she is" brought the challenges and joys of womxnhood to life, translating individual ideas to the universal experience of being a womxn.
The IGP's Player of the Year event was a rare opportunity to experience Bloom’s award-winning comedic imagination in an intimate, free-flowing setting.
The Harvard-Radcliffe Modern Dance Company Lures Farkas Hall into the Raw, Intimate World of ‘an escape’
The show pushed the boundaries of modern dance through intense expression of emotion and presented HRMDC’s fascinating interpretations of “escape.”
The Huntington Theatre Company Bring ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’ to Life with Comedy and Contrast
As he interprets the role of the play’s titular Guildenstern, actor Jeremy Webb makes the play's high-minded philosophical discussions comedic and familiar.
Characterized by its expert dancing, thoughtful partnerships, and wildly extravagant set, Ponomarenko’s “Giselle” was a beautiful take on the classic.