In author Meg Wolitzer’s latest novel, “The Uncoupling,” the women in an American town begin to lose interest in their men after a local high school performs Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” a comedy featuring a revolt instigated by women.
Throughout Kornel’s stories and the narrator’s recollections, the beautiful is juxtaposed with irritation, boredom, and violence; Kosztolányi favors sweeping statements with fanciful specifics.
“I’m a non-religious Jew, directing a musical about Jesus,” says Sam L. Linden ’10, director of “Godspell,” running in the Loeb Experimental Theater.
In the summer of 2009, film student Alexandra E. Zimbler ’10 visited her grandmother in Saint-Malo, Brittany, to interview her ...
What was he thinking? This seems to be the question that eluded Pierre Morel, director of “From Paris With Love.”
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