Released right before the Halloween season, this average, low-budget film seems to cater to young audiences before scarier films, like “Halloween” (2018), start premiering.
Stripped of complex language and any inkling of plot, “Hamnet” reduces the Shakespearean canon to a moving meditation on parent-child relationships. The result is a wonderfully accessible performance that is nonetheless quite nuanced.
“The Dragon Prince” is no mere clone, but it shares much of its DNA with Ehasz’s previous work.
As Teresita Fernández’s art installation “Autumn (...Nothing Personal)” enters its last days in Tercentenary Theatre, Harvard has some final events planned with the artist.
Before his event on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at Sanders Theater, the Crimson spoke with Crosby about his decades-long career of musical creativity.
Forget what you know about capitalism — it’s defined as something much broader than our country’s free-market principles at “Museum of Capitalism.”