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Jennifer Y. Gao

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Theater

‘Ain’t Too Proud’ Review: A Captivating, Too Fast-Paced Musical

“There is no progress without sacrifice” — these words, narrated by Otis Williams (Marcus Paul James), capture the very essence of the musical “Ain’t too Proud.”

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Theater

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Review: Play Deftly Delivers New Look on Beloved Tale

Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird” masterfully delivers a new look on a classic tale.

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Arts

What the Hell Happened: New App Called Sidechat Takes off at Harvard

Move aside, Harvard Confessions — there’s a new anonymous posting board that is taking campus by storm.

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Books

‘Lapvona’ Review: Moshfegh Explores Religion and Greed Through a Medieval Village

“Lapvona” creates a deeply compelling world with relatable issues, which makes it well worth the read.

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On Campus

Boston Ballet’s ChoreograpHER Takes the Stage at Opera House

“It was really amazing to see so many of my colleagues stepping into different styles of dance,” company dancer Schuyler C. Wijsen said in an interview about the program.

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Books

‘The Violin Conspiracy’ Review: A New Kind of Mystery

Slocumb’s skillful exploration of these complex issues through the lens of Ray’s career effectively creates a nuanced and cohesive plot.

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