A Theory of Justice as musical comedy, and the class of ’44
How to reinvigorate the humanities at Harvard is the subject of new faculty reports
The ART presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance in a party-like atmosphere.
A Broadway actor on the “true spark of theater”
Tennessee Williams gets his first ART production.
The Golden Globe-winning actor will receive his Pudding Pot February 8.
The Rust and Bone actress was at the center of the annual Hasty Pudding parade.
The Hasty Pudding Club picks an Oscar winner to receive its pudding pot.
Harvard arts and cultural events
Two shows developed at the American Repertory Theater win awards.
Their version of Ibsen’s The Master Builder will become a film.
The actor, Class of 1969, will receive his award in April.
The nation’s oldest undergraduate drama troupe picks its Man and Woman of the Year.
Harvard playwrights, directors, producers, actors, and artistic directors speculate about theatrical prospects for the future.
An Upstairs at the Pudding girlhood, and undergraduate impresario Peter Sellars at Adams House