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Caron S. Kim Little Shop of Horrors
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Artist Profile: Caron S. Kim ’24 on Asian Visibility and Art’s Accessibility

Taking open pride in her FGLI background, Kim challenged the “unspoken pact” that prior experience is required to participate in the arts at Harvard.

American Repertory Theater New Location Plan
Student Life

American Repertory Theater Begins Construction on New Home in Harvard’s Allston Campus

Construction is underway on the new location of the American Repertory Theater in Harvard’s Allston campus.

American Repertory Theater New Location Plan
Theater

American Repertory Theater New Location Plan

Uncle Vanya LCT
Theater

‘Uncle Vanya’ Preserves Chekhov’s Hilarious, Dark, Tender Humanity for Today’s World

The contemporary setting of Heidi Schreck’s translation of “Uncle Vanya” feels so natural that one could miss the change entirely.

Mimi Lien Working With A.R.T.
Theater

Artist Profile: Mimi Lien Designs the Unexpected in Sets for ‘Gatsby’ and Beyond

Lien's delight came from trying to connect the relations between people’s lives to physical space, which she described as “narrative and space coinciding.”

Shit-Faced Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing
Theater

‘Shit-Faced Shakespeare’ is Shakespeare Shaken, Not Stirred

The first show was a disaster. “They got 10 minutes into the show, and [the drunk actor] absolutely passed out, completely immovable,” Milanowski said.

A Strange Loop Speakeasy Front Porch
Theater

‘A Strange Loop’ Review: ‘Big, Black and Queer-Ass American Broadway’ Comes to Boston

Professionalism and personality shine in Speakeasy Stage and Front Porch Arts Collective’s production of Michael R. Jackson’s “A Strange Loop.”

Romeo and Juliet, ASP 2024
Theater

Marianna Bassham on Love and Vulnerability in a Contemporary ‘Romeo and Juliet’

In her work, theater artist Marianna Bassham finds care and compassion in relationships between characters, even so-called enemies.

'Speakeasy: The Faire' Still
Theater

‘Speakeasy: The Faire’ Review: A Friday Night Comedy Extravaganza

"Speakeasy: The Faire" featured five stand-up comedians and musical performances and delivered a true reverie.

'Little Shop of Horrors' Still
Theater

‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Eats

"Little Shop of Horrors" was hilarious and comedic, and despite a few technical hiccups, proved a fun and delightfully gory escape for its audience.

'It's a Date' Still
Theater

‘It’s A Date’ Revels in the Court of Public Judgment

"It's a Date" proves a cathartic experience for its spectators, who surely are all too familiar with the universal awkwardness of first dates.

'Nymphia Wind' Still
Theater

Nymphia Wind Breathes New Life into Centuries of Asian Drag

Through drag, Wind invites examination of the unorthodox presentations of gender in the deep archives and hidden crannies of Asian storytelling.

'Hadestown' Still
Theater

‘Hadestown’ Review: A Musical Worthy of Immortalization

Anaïs Mitchell’s musical is sure to go down in theater history; a production worthy of the gods makes the tour unmissable.

'Little Shop of Horrors' Still
Theater

‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Preview: A Campy, Gory, Mesmerizing Comedy Musical

Harvard is home to all sorts of mesmerizing flowers. Conspicuously absent, however, are giant, extraterrestrial, carnivorous flytrap-like plants.

Female Comedians Graphic
Theater

Women Are Funny: Female Comedians That You Should Watch

Stand-up comedy is often seen as a boys’ club. Even so, female comedians are shining a spotlight on the issues that women face.

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