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'Proof' explores insanity and mathematics

“Too often evidence is confused with proof.” This is what director Jessie Field ’13 wrote in her director’s note about Free Play’s “Proof,” put on last weekend. It … Read More...

‘Breaking Dawn’ potentially best comedy of 2011

The “Twilight” series has a negative reputation, and for good reason. On the surface, it appears to be somewhat exciting, revolving around a woman’s interaction with an el… Read More...

‘Merely Players’ more than just a side-project for HTP

“Merely Players” was a wholly successful side-project put on by the Shakespeare group Hold Thy Peace this past weekend. A comedy by Brandeis graduate Phoebe Roberts ’09, M… Read More...

‘Godot’ well worth the wait

The show begins with a ragged man trying to remove his boot. He yelps in anguish as he fails to remove it. Another man appears, almost as scruffy looking, and does not assist in removi… Read More...

Last Friday night: becoming a Goth dancing queen

When one thinks Goth club, the following imagery may come to mind: a cold, damp room in some obscure basement, the floor covered in dust and spiders, and angst-filled teenagers bat… Read More...

Upscale 'Puccini for Beginners' almost entertains

Movies, in many cases, are a way to get away from the stresses and demands of real life. Why deal with a pressing issue when you can sit on a couch and watch a movie about people who have s… Read More...

Getting reacquainted with 'Harry Potter'

It is bizarre to think that “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” was released in the United States in 1997. I remember first picking it up and being bewildered at why so man… Read More...

On DVD: ‘Submarine’ navigates first love

“Submarine” is an indie British comedy-drama that has recently come out on DVD. In short, it is the epitome of an indie film.

The hero of this film is 15-year-old Oliver Tate (Cr… Read More...

‘(500) Days’ and ‘Pretty Woman’ feature quirky femmes

We are in the midst of midterms. There is always work that should be done or work that should have been done already looming overhead. Although this stresses me out as much as it does a… Read More...

Candlepin bowling: mastering the New England art

Last weekend marked my first venture in candlepin bowling. My friends and I originally found out about candlepin bowling when we wanted to go bowling for my birthday. Upon arrivin… Read More...

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