To move from the page to the stage, “Becoming a Man” takes on new physical artistry and is uncompromisingly real.
The plot attempts to leave watchers puzzled, but perhaps takes a step too far by leaving them asking: What is happening?
"John Proctor is the Villain" provides profundity and levity, which neither detract from nor clash with each other, but instead enhance the show.
With its production of "Falstaff," the Harvard College Opera proved, once again, that opera can retain its classic humor while experimenting with modernity.
This Valentine’s Day, enjoy some of the best love songs from musical theater, listed below!
Though Allen juggles varsity athletics and pre-med requirements on top of her work in the arts, she is confident that she "will never stop performing."
“Moulin Rouge: The Musical” is a spectacle of grandeur, artistry, and the lively spirit of burlesque.
Penn & Teller Live Review: With Flourishes, Jokes, and a Sprinkle of Magic, Penn & Teller Mostly Succeed in their Family-Oriented Show
Shedding the traditional mystique of a magic show, some of the more intriguing segments came in the form of explanations.
Garrigus’s commitment to finding humor in the human experience shines through, making her a dynamic force in the world of performing arts.
Matthew Cole is an artistic multi-hyphenate, but comedy has emerged as a natural and consistent focus.
Several film adaptations of musical theater utilize the cinematic landscape to enrich storylines and narrative universes in ways that are impossible to achieve in live performances.
Five student performers speak on their experiences in "CELLS," the Fall 2023 Harvard department of Theater, Dance, & Media production.
Hillers always aims to make his production environments “safe and welcome” so that everyone can appreciate and enjoy the process.