A dystopian world featuring a corrupt government and country in war-torn ruins is not a new concept, but the Theater, Dance and Media department’s production of “Far Away” aims to challenge viewers with its eerily near applicability.
The end of the episode, in which all of the characters are happily coupled, wraps up the show well in theory, but falls short in its execution.
Carolina P. Ribeiro ’18, the president and founder of HCMT, said the show is a new way to showcase musical talent at Harvard.
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