The new Broadway production of “Anything Goes” draws on contributions from Harvard graduates.
A revival of Wallace Shawn’s 1979 play Marie and Bruce has opened in New York City.
Robert Brustein’s trilogy of Shakespeare plays reaches completion.
Librettist John Weidman writes books for the best.
Award-winning theatrical set designer Derek McLane ’80 will speak about his work at Harvard on October 14.
From Orchids to Octopi draws on the work of many Harvardians and puts paleontologist Farish Jenkins on stage.
Carl Sprague ’84 designs sets for local theater companies and Hollywood movies.
Fredric Wilson’s book The Theatrical World of Angus McBean collects British midcentury theater images.
Diane Paulus, the new artistic director of the American Repertory Theater, has an ambitious populist vision.
Playwright Christopher Durang, a “native American absurdist,” writes black comedies that turn painful events into hilarity.
Traffic came to a stop in Harvard Square today for a parade with Renée Zellweger, the Hasty Pudding “woman of the year.”
Harvard-specific adaptation of a Shakespearean excerpt by playwright Alison Carey ’82…