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Indie Director Screens Film at HFA

Cecilia M. Miniucchi. a graduate of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, is the anti-Hollywood director that so many

SCREENSHOTS: The Nutcracker

Boston Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” began its 40th season at the Boston Opera House yesterday. The historic venue will host thousands

Live Free or Die

Not to be confused with the upcoming “Die Hard” sequel of a similar title, “Live Free or Die” is an

‘Pan’s Labyrinth’: A Fantasy for Grown-Ups

I watched “Pan’s Labyrinth” (“El Laberinto del Fauno” in its native Spanish) the night before a Spanish final exam last

Transcendentalists' Gossip Feels Soapy

I have nothing against “Us Weekly” magazine. I mean, who doesn’t love to skim its pages for gritty gossip and

SPOTLIGHT: Darius P. Felton '08

After completing my interview with WHRB Program Director Darius P. Felton ’08, I was stopped on my way out of

MOVIE REVIEW: "Fast Food Nation"

Fast Food Nation Fox Searchlight Directed by Richard Linklater 1 Star If “Super-Size Me” is the documentary version of street-corner

Down in the Valley

ThinkFilm Directed by David Jacobson 3.5 stars Not much more you could ask of someone than to take responsibility for

Liam R. Martin '06

Liam R. Martin ’06 might be dubbed the ultimate newcomer to theater—until college. Martin had never pursued acting until halfway

"Playboy of the Western World"

Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 at 8 p.m.; Sunday, April 30, Wednesday, May 3, and Thursday, May 4

A Modern 'Viewpointe'

For the Dance Program of Office for the Arts at Harvard (OFA), dance may be the universal language, but speech

Diverse Pieces Set Show Apart

“It’s a very subtle collaborative process,” Harvard-Radcliffe Dance Company (HRDC) Co-Director Sonia K. Todorova ’07 says of modern dance. “It

Josh Ritter

Josh Ritter “The Animal Years” (V2) 3.5 Stars For better or for worse, Josh Ritter’s “The Animal Years” could just

On The Radar: CityStep, Louder Than Words

Friday, April 7, 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 8, 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Sanders Theatre. Tickets available through the