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Frosh Play Roves but Ultimately Hits Home

Everybody likes strong sexual innuendo. And, of course, everyone likes seventeenth-century Naples. The combination of these two elements provides a

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Boiler Offers Uneven Triple-Decker

“As humans, where do we find the division between comedy and insanity?” John Macey poses this question in his director’s

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Jay, Even Without Assistants, Dazzles

The power of theater lies in its ability to transport one from the everyday nature of life to a world

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'Grain' Busts A Move

Why would an 11-year-old boy be interested in going with his aunt to see an evening of dance? In fact,

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Vietnam 'Piece' Reaches Head, Heart

Shirley Lauro’s A Piece of My Heart, the first entry in the 2001-02 regular season at the Loeb Experimental Theater,

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Pidgeon visits A.R.T.

While the upcoming student productions of The Who’s Tommy and Three Sisters rehearsed upstairs, and the Pinter plays held tech

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'Maids' Serves with Distinction

Descending through the depths of Adams House en route to the Kronauer Space, one feels transported to the world of

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Greeks Sing, Dance, Make Merry

“Life is only that, mister. Life is simply that, mister. That and nothing more than that.” These lines from the

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Everybody's Got the Right

In New York, the recovery is underway. Television shows broadcast from the city, including The Late Show with David Letterman,

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In the 'Aftermath': Drama Reflects on Sept. 11

Amidst the rhetoric of retribution emerging from the post-Sept.11 dialogue, some voices have focused themselves on remembering the victims, mourning

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Miscast ‘Midsummer’ Far from a Dreamy Night

The Boston Ballet usually offers enchanting and accomplished dance. Yet, while its current production starts out on a hopeful note

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New Theater Brings Quality Drama to Harvard Square

A grown man sobs in the audience. The other 99 onlookers are nearly as shaken. Such is the effect of

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Dance Community Finally Moving Center Stage

There will be no dying swans, no fluffy tutus, no dancing snowflakes. There will be techno, body sculpture and moving

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Huntington Finds Life in 'The Dead'

Richard Ellman, a biographer of James Joyce, once wrote of the enigmatic Irishman, “He does not wish to conquer us,

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'Johan Padan' Cuts with Wit even as Festival Cut Short

Seeing a production of Dario Fo’s Johan Padan and the Discovery of the Americas is not a typical night at

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