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Lauren V. Marshall

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Theater

‘Cruising Altitude’ Presents Freshman Hijinks from Houston to Heathrow

“This year’s edition we went totally out of the box,” Samuel A. Thau ’22, one of the co-producers, said.

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Arts

Arts Playlist: Songs About Green, Arguably the Best Color

Though its multifaceted legacy is impossible to capture in one article alone, enjoy this playlist as a chance to celebrate the musical legacy of arguably one of the greatest colors in the spectrum.

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Books

‘The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe’ Finds Bittersweet Love in the Dredge

“The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe,” finds a female hero in a world that is dark, muddy, and desperate.

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Theater

Portrait of an Artist: Luc Jacobs

Jacobs’ creative practice is undeniably multi-faceted.

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Music

‘WHEN WE FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?’ is the Album You Didn’t Want to Love

It's difficult to admit that the same person whose Instagram handle is @wherearetheavocados can also be the future of pop music.

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Film

This reviewer watched ‘Clickbait,’ and you won’t believe what she has to say!

Despite its experimental approach, "Clickbait" fails to create a convincing “world” for the viewer to rail against, thereby satirizing the very effort of social critique, rather than addressing societal issues themselves.

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Theater

The Handel and Haydn Society’s Beethoven Five Reveals a Timeless Ensemble with a Dated Repertoire

Key to Sunday’s performance was a palpable electricity between the conductor and the orchestra.

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