“Into the Woods” has special relevance for college students, according to co-producer Emily E. Bergquist ’18. “[It’s about] what it means to have that moment that many people have in college where suddenly you realize the world is not really what you thought it was,” Bergquist says.
A masterpiece of minimalistic visuals, lighthearted voices, and jocular writing, “Burly Men at Sea” will appeal to anyone with at least a sliver of childish adventure at heart.
“News of the World,” recently announced as a 2016 National Book Award finalist, is a delicately written lyrical ballad.
The book touts a mixture of complex characters and compelling storytelling; however, Boyle’s latest effort falls short due to stereotypical plotlines, unconvincing attempts at realism, and largely despicable main characters.
The exhibition "William Merritt Chase" at the MFA showcases the versatile work of a major 19th-century American painter.
As a whole, director Casey J. Durant ’18 presented a passionate retelling of this story due largely to impressive acting, although it suffered from certain sound and lighting choices.