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How Patriarchy Came Tumbling Down

David Gammons's spirited production of Robert Coover's Sexgod is not for the narrow-minded or weak-stomached, though these types might benefit

Mythic Feminism

The world premiere presentation of A Monster Has Stolen the Sun is an ambitious and noteworthy production. Despite the fact

Laughing at It All on the Radio:

"Nuclear war would be the best thing to happen to this country. It might wake some people up." That is

Angelic Metamorphoses

Something is wrong in Culver City, and Wheeler (Richard Nash) must fix it. This situation for Wheeler is critical because

A Film With a View

For Lasse and Pelle Karlsson, the world is a desolate, unrewarding place. The father and son couple who star in

Testa: The Tortured Artist

Pietro Testa (1612-1650): Prints and Drawings Fogg and Sackler Museums Through March 19,1989 For the first time ever in America,

A Teen Grows in Brooklyn

Brighton Beach Memoirs Written by Neil Simon Directed by Andrew Hill and Dan Balsam At the Mather House TV Room

Weed Recommend It

Little Shop of Horrors Written by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken Directed by Jon Blackstone At the Hasty Pudding Theater

Poll Ranks B-School Second

Harvard Business School this week placed second in a Business Week survey of the nation's top schools, but B-School students