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McNally Speaks on Career, American Theater

Two-time Tony Award winning playwright Terrence McNally spoke to roughly 70 people in the Dunster House Junior Common Room yesterday,

Moliere, We Hardly Knew Ye

Revising an established text is not always a good idea. For instance, no one in their right mind would change

Row, Row, Row Your Boat to Hell

This past weekend, Cambridge was brutally attacked by a play and a movie both detailing troubling boat trips half way

Comedian Jerry Lewis Reflects on His Career

The Nutty Professor lectured at Harvard for the first time last night. And it sure was nutty. Jerry Lewis, the

Stern's Uneven Genius Can't Rescue Buried Child

Marcus Stern is a young, brilliant and extremely well-respected director whose arrival at the American Repertory Theater-and subsequently at Harvard-has

'Arabian' Shows Promise Amid Chaos

"One Arabian Night," by Betty Shamieh '96, is both bold and honorable in trying to address the ways in which

'To Wong Foo' Not Worthy of 'Priscilla's' Old Pantyhose

One of the more interesting cultural developments of the '90s is America's fascination with drag queens. Stemming from the blond

A Relationship in an Envelope

The following is a response to a form letter sent by the "boxholder" below to most male students at Harvard

'Elvis' Speaks! Thank You So Much

Elvis: A Rockumentary in Puppets Performed by The Onion Weavers Puppet Theater at the Dunster JCR through May 7 Sometimes