“The Wind Rises” is a bittersweet but ultimately joyful ride from a true master of his work. Miyazaki had the fortune of having more than “ten years in the sun" and will be sorely missed.
Well-hidden within Kyle Minor’s “Praying Drunk,” a book that lies somewhere between story collection and novel, are five pages completely covered in matte black ink, margin-to-margin, front and back. These pages are not a gimmick; Minor’s writing stands on its own.
The arrangements of goods in a store are never random. Are they designed merely to entice customers, or can the design of a store be characterized as an art in itself? Writer Kurt P. Slawitschka investigates.
Richard Blanco is the youngest inaugural poet ever, as well as the only one to be an immigrant or openly gay. In his lecture and discussion at Winthrop House on Wednesday, Blanco explored how these various identities have informed his poetry, and how they have evolved in the wake of the inauguration.
The decadence of the pool that once was, before its conversion to a small, intimate theater—and the tales of coed skinny-dipping and a few fabled orgies—is a stiff act to follow. Nevertheless, the dauntless Hyperion Shakespeare Company was the latest to take on such an endeavor and the verdict? Not bad. The Hyperion performed ten scenes, mostly well-known, from seven of Shakespeare’s plays, with all of the scenes based on the theme “Family Feud.”
Two students face-off and talk about the role that Judiasm plays in their lives as artists, students, and rappers.
Swoon brings a new kind of art to the ICA
Director of the College of Fine Arts at Boston University to become artistic director of one of Boston's most important theaters.
This production will attempt to toe the line between the source material’s ridiculous, lighthearted aspects and dark, twisted plot progression without deviating into camp.
The Carpenter Center's "Measure for Measure" is a success despite its lack of a cohesive link between science and art.
While the production had its errors, it more than made up for them with irreverent improvisation, authentic characters, a strong ensemble, and effective technical production.
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