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Finding "Tom-Tom"

Du BoisExcerpts from an opera by Shirley Graham Du Bois will be performed for the first time since 1932, when it was staged in a stadium for 25,000 audience members in two days.  

By Samantha Neville '19... Read more about Finding "Tom-Tom"

Unbreakable writer

Females are strong as hellScreenwriter Robert Carlock '95 is a favorite during JAMS! -- the OFA offerings during Harvard's Wintersession. This January, he returns with a new hit on his resume: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. We spoke with him about his undergrad years, writing comedy and the Hollywood biz. 

By Gareth Anderson '19... Read more about Unbreakable writer

TDM time

TDM Fall 17 thesis productionsJacobean, contemporary and commemorative: Three senior thesis productions for Theater, Dance & Media arise from personal passion and social commentary. 

By Samanatha Neville '19... Read more about TDM time

In your corner

musical bannerA master class with two musical theater professionals and 10 aspiring performers offers students and the community a window into the importance of mentorship.

By Truelian Lee ‘21... Read more about In your corner

Political body

HunterSilence has never stopped Antoine Hunter. The deaf advocate, dancer, producer and choreographer talks about communication, his own kind of advocacy and the approach to choreography that he will bring to a Harvard Dance Program master class.

By Isa Flores-Jones '19
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