Ben Lerner’s new novel “10:04” explores the unreliability of time and memory.
While many students love Shakespeare enough to take a class on his plays, for others, such scholarly dedication isn’t enough. Nick Orvis ’13 decided to take matters into his own hands by directing his own production of “The Tempest” as part of his senior thesis. The Argus met with Orvis to talk about Shakespeare conspiracy theories, directing a non-Second Stage play, and the relationship between Shakespeare’s writing and the language of terminally ill patients.
If you’ve ever hoped to one day see a man get strangled, you totally just missed your chance. In our very own ’92 Theater, senior Zach Libresco’s small-cast, high-intensity production of Sam Shepard’s “True West” went up in a glorious blaze of Americana and domesticated ferns this past weekend.
Don’t let the vaguely threatening title scare you away. “Something’s Coming” is arriving at the ’92 Theater this Thursday, and it’s really something to behold. Spearheaded by a coalition of adorable sophomores, this cabaret-style survey of musical theater kicks off the Second Stage season in true showbiz fashion.
The last time I spent 24 hours doing something, I learned more about Robot Unicorn Attack than I thought possible. This time, I began not as a girl, not yet as a woman, and emerged both a cat and a man.
Last Tuesday, the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery hosted an opening reception for its latest exhibition, “Passing Time, ” curated by Judith Hoos Fox and Ginger Gregg Duggan and featuring work from fourteen international artists.