Crimson staff writer

Vivienne N. Germain

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Horror, She Wrote: Five Centuries of Haunting Reads by, for, and about Stubborn Women

Through Gothic literature, women writers have developed and dominated horror storytelling since the 18th Century to discuss social issues or to write complex female characters without focusing on romance and men — a literary phenomenon that continues today.

Black Playwrights' Festival group photo

BlackCAST presented the Fall 2023 Black Playwrights' Festival on Oct. 26.

‘Fat Ham’ Leaves Audiences Feeling Lighter

The Huntington’s gripping and hilarious “Fat Ham” is a well-done, must-see show that engages and enchants audiences. It’s funny, it’s fresh, and it’s delicious food for thought.