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Autumn (…Nothing Personal)’s benches and polycarbonate tubes form three concentric circles. 

Photograph by Lydia Carmichael/Harvard Magazine

Arts

An installation in Harvard Yard creates space to reflect on identity, culture, and visibility.

9.24.18

Nico Maffey ’13 practicing a hand balance
Photograph courtesy of Nico Maffey

Acrobat Nico Maffey ’13 performs in Pippin.

2.5.16

Julie Atlas Muz and Tony Torn bare (almost) all in portraying power-hungry aspiring royalty.

Photograph by Max Basch/ART

A new cabaret version of Alfred Jarry’s subversive 1896 Ubu Roi

January-February 2016

Benjamin Scheuer playing one of the six instruments he uses in the course of his one-man musical, The Lion

Benjamin Scheuer playing one of the six instruments he uses in the course of his one-man musical, The Lion
Photograph by Matthew Murphy/Courtesy of Benjamin Scheuer

In his poignant one-man musical, Benjamin Scheuer finds his roar.

November-December 2015

Brad Shur performing in his new show, Cardboard Explosion!

Brad Shur performing in his new show, Cardboard Explosion!
Photograph courtesy of the Puppet Showplace Theater

Contemporary takes on puppetry in Brookline, Massachusetts

November-December 2015

In vibrant Times Square, Broadway plays and musicals compete to become the next megahit.

In vibrant Times Square, Broadway plays and musicals compete to become the next megahit.

Photograph by Christian Baitg Schreiweis/iStock

Derek Miller hopes data will shake up the field of theater history.

November-December 2015

Lisa Wong, an assistant professor of pediatrics and a violinist, performs with students from the Medical School and the School of Public Health. Photograph by Jay Connor

This fall, Harvard Medical School will launch a new program to promote the arts and humanities.

7.9.15

Mandy Patinkin (left) and Taylor Mac in the A.R.T.'s <i>The Last Two People On Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville</i>

A.R.T.'s new show offers singing and dancing at the end of the world.

May-June 2015

Wien professor of drama and of English and comparative literature Martin Puchner, who has directed development of the proposal on the theater concentration

An undergraduate concentration in “theater, dance, and media” comes into focus.

3.3.15