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Andrew J. Jiang

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Into the Woods
On Campus

HRDC Presents a Thoughtful Journey ‘Into the Woods’

“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.

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A Charming Journey with 'Burly Men at Sea'

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.

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News of the World
Books

In ‘News of the World,’ Unexpected Growth on a Texan Journey

“News of the World,” recently announced as a 2016 National Book Award finalist, is a delicately written lyrical ballad.

The Terranauts
Books

The Absurd Folly of ‘The Terranauts’

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.

On Campus

The Pursuit of Style in 'William Merritt Chase'

The exhibition "William Merritt Chase" at the MFA showcases the versatile work of a major 19th-century American painter.

On Campus

All Go Signs for ‘Stop Kiss’

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.

High Maintenance
Arts

The Highs and Lows of ‘High Maintenance’

“High Maintenance” is highly successful in the twists and turns of its writing and is blatantly unafraid to push boundaries.

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