Sophocles' compelling Greek tragedy offers a view of bravery and justice. Director Lily Grob '22 talks about the production that goes up April 12-14 at Adams Pool and May 4 outdoors at Sever Quad during ARTS FIRST.
Ashley Tata hopes her mixed media adaptation of Weimar-era creativity will teach students about art making and offer audience members an emotional experience that resonates beyond an hour. The TDM show s.i.n.s.o.f.u.s. runs Dec. 6-9 at Farkas Hall.
Composer and writer Min Kahng talks about developing a musical based on a Japanese comic and immigration themes. On Oct. 10, he will also offer a free vocal workshop for singers at Farkas Hall and a free lecture at Houghton Library.
Okwui Okpokwasili considers herself a "performance maker" rather than a dancer. Her work combines dance, music and spoken word, and will be the subject of a conversation on March 6 and a master class on March 7.
Isa Flores-Jones ’19 is a sometime citizen of Sacramento, California. She lives in the Dudley Co-op and writes for the features board of the Harvard Advocate. She studies History and Literature, with a focus on the intersection of American environmental and labor history.... Read more about Isa Flores-Jones ’19