“I went about the book thinking of good athletes as artists,” Chad Harbach said. “In a way I think that sports have become a preeminent art in our culture.”
"Princess Ida" tackles the sexist nature of the original plot with just the right amount of farce, turning what could have been an outdated show into a raucous and hilarious night out.
From the Arts board, here are seven concerts in the next two weeks in the Boston area. Cure your midterm blues with rock, reggae, and rap.
tick, tick...Boom! come to the Adams Pool on Feb. 23
'Adam and Evelyn' is a love story based on the fall of man, set during the fall of communism.
The play fails to cohere dramatically or thematically, vacillating between terrorism and sordid affairs, comedy and drama.
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