Despite its melodramatic tropes—the subterranean chambers, the masquerade ball, and the infamous chandelier—“The Phantom of the Opera” still engenders a bevy of emotions that captivates and intrigues the audience 30 years after its Broadway premiere.
The number of students concentrating in Theater, Dance, and Media—Harvard's youngest concentration at four years old—has almost doubled over the past three years.
Kit Yan's “Queer Heartache” attempted to explore the difficulties faced by the queer community on Feb. 9 through poetry.
Actors’ Shakespeare Project's "Richard III," is full of compelling acting and humor making it both enjoyable and accessible.
Following the performance of her "HEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True," director Ifeoma Fafunwa sat down with Professor Timothy Patrick McCarthy for a discussion.
“HEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True packs heavy emotion, incredible music and acting all in one.
While the performers nailed the choreography, the overdone skits ruined whatever physical feat and artistic mastery may have been there.
Hours before the Hasty Pudding announced its decision to cast women last month, Mila Kunis privately phoned at least one member of the Pudding's graduate board to discuss the move.