Adriano O. Iqbal '18 (outgoing Editor-At-Large, incoming Columns exec) reminisces fondly on the highlights of his illustrious '15-'16 Arts Blog career.
The HCFF has grown remarkably over its brief lifespan, and its explosive expansion underscores the organization’s potential to serve as a focal point and forum for discussion among film-makers and film aficionados alike.
Thanks to its unstable story, the whole of “Switch” is less than the sum of its parts, but those parts are so compelling that they are absolutely worth a look.
“Pool” is a mindfully executed, poppy meditation on emptiness and appearance, its themes granting a veneer of intentionality to its at-times imprecise soundscapes. Its tracks are upbeat, danceable, and thoroughly unsettling. Porches is a young band worth keeping an eye on—especially now that “Pool” is open for business.
Lighting designer and actress Eliza B. Mantz '18 is one of the most prolific theater-makers to declare the new Theater, Dance and Media Studies concentration.
HCO’s decision to perform “The Rake’s Progress” is an ambitious one that will, with a little bit of luck, bring out the best in its enormously talented cast and crew while allowing viewers to enjoy an acclaimed modern opera.
I didn’t want to write a vanity, so I made a program to write my vanity for me.
The Queen's Head Pub's introduction of biweekly College Nights featuring live bands and DJs provides student musicians a reliable venue in which to hone their craft and gives the student population access to an alternative, inclusive social space.
"Experimenter," Michael Almereyda's film about the psychologist Stanley Milgram, manages to be something truly rare: a biopic with a soul as quirky and compelling as its protagonist.
Alt-J’s image isn’t that of a concert band, and though that dissonance didn’t go unnoticed, the group’s undeniable musical chops made their set a strong, though not quite a historic.
Electro-funk duo Chromeo’s Boston Calling performance was so unabashedly kitschy that, at some point during the set, it rolled back over into the territory of unambiguously cool.
Despite the frequently quick turnover for synthy artists, Chvrches shows no signs of falling into a sophomore slump on their second album, “Every Open Eye.”
The Crimson Arts Board reviews the sixth edition of Boston Calling, which has over the past three years become a staple of the East Coast live music scene.
Unbeknownst to many Harvard students, there are quite a few non-Harvard affiliated individuals who participate in Harvard’s theater scene in roles ranging from actors to musicians to set designers to choreographers. Harvard actors, however, tend to participate less in the city theater community, and some perceive transitioning from undergraduate to professional theater to be a difficult process.
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