Nathan Pugh

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In Conversation With Performer Kristina Wong, Plots are Formed for Creating Art Relevant to 2020

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Pouring Into Myself: Two Performers Dream Alone in “A Milk Kind of Play”

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What’s Happening This Semester? A Sneak Peek at Arts in Unusual Times

by Aiden Malanaphy, Nathan Pugh, Sara McCrea, Tiah Shepherd, Will Lee, Arts & Culture Editors, Assistant Arts & Culture Editors. Leave a Comment

In Earthling Collective’s Production of “Symp,” Gaslit Nights Fuel Tragicomic Love

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Cross Talk: Lady Gaga Returns to Her Roots With “Stupid Love”

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In “Fruits borne out of rust,” Five Japanese Artists Discover the Beauty Within Exhaustion

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In “Corazones,” Six Latina Women Celebrate and Remember Their Community

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From Lovestruck to Lovelorn: Our Valentine’s Day Picks

by Nathan Pugh, Tara Joy, Zoë Kaplan, Arts & Culture Editors. Leave a Comment

2020 Oscars Recap: A Triumphant End to a Frustrating Awards Season

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Quiara Alegría Hudes’s Vision of “Beautiful Disruption”

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“Woman and Scarecrow”: A Confrontation of the Self

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Cross Talk: Feminism and Wokeness in Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women”

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Matthew Shepard’s Story Deserves to Be Told. But It Can’t Be the Only Story For the LGBTQ Community.

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On the Purpose of Student Theater Reviews

by Nathan Pugh, Zoë Kaplan, Assistant Arts & Culture Editor and Sports Editor. Comments Off on On the Purpose of Student Theater Reviews

Cross Talk: On Jeremy O. Harris’ “Slave Play” and When Processing Isn’t Enough

by Nathan Pugh, Paul McLaren, Assistant Arts & Culture Editor & Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Cross Talk: On Jeremy O. Harris’ “Slave Play” and When Processing Isn’t Enough

How “A Strange Loop” Helps Me Negotiate Not Belonging in Musical Theater

by Nathan Pugh, Assistant Arts & Culture Editor. Comments Off on How “A Strange Loop” Helps Me Negotiate Not Belonging in Musical Theater

Cross Talk: Parsing the Legacy of “Transparent”

by Dani Smotrich-Barr, Nathan Pugh, Arts & Culture Editor and Assistant Arts & Culture Editor. Comments Off on Cross Talk: Parsing the Legacy of “Transparent”

In “Fairview,” Drury Puts Performance of Blackness and White Guilt on Stage

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Second Stage Prepares for New Season with New Policies

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The Generosity and Limitations of “Booksmart’s” Progressiveness

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Why “Pose” Feels Like the Most Dangerous Show on Television

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In “Cardboard Piano,” Love Persists Even If Forgiveness Cannot

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“Eons” Connects Three Women’s Pain Across Identities, Time, and Space

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In “Blind Faith,” Confrontation Comes From Love

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“Boy Erased” Offers an Exploration of Religion and Sexuality, at a Distance

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“The Wolves” Offers Narratives of Female Adolescence

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“A Star is Born” Delivers Joy and Heartbreak Within Restrictive Conventions

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In “They, Themself and Schmerm,” Comedian Becca Blackwell Pushes Discomfort Into Vulnerability

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“Eighth Grade” Finds the Beating Heart of the Cringe Comedy

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Motherhood, Race, and Religion Collide in “La Violecion of My PapiYon”

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“Angels In America” Offers Hope and Promise

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“Constance and Sinestra” Finds Connections in the Midst of Trauma

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“Here and Now”: A Show Grounded in the Present, Struggles for Relevance

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“Black Panther” Revitalizes the Superhero Movie with Imagination and Drama

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“Mean Girls: The Musical,” Unlike Fetch, Is Definitely Happening

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“Columbus” and Hollywood’s Issue With Race

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“Hadestown” is a Modern Myth

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Look What You Made Me Do: How Taylor Swift is Letting Down the LGBT Community

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An Intergenerational Investigation: Sarah Gancher’s “I’ll Get You Back Again”

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“The Florida Project” Bursts with Childlike Wonder

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Transparent Blurs Its Own Identity in Season 4

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