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Anna Stern


Posters express conflicting themes of March

On the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration, Jan. 20, 2017, three of the female writers on “Late Night with Seth Myers” performed a segment during which Myers asked them their reasons for attending the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.

“Last Five Years” tells timeless story

Tympanium Euphorium’s production of “The Last Five Years” was not a conventional musical. Written by regarded composer Jason Robert Brown, this show depicts a relationship that progresses over the course of five years from two different perspectives.

‘Intimate Apparel’ draws in on social issues

On Thursday night, the Laurie Theater was transformed into an unrecognizable quadrant of exquisite tapestries that hung from the rafters of the stage. Each of the quadrants was separated by thin thread that created the border of each “room.” This was the innovative set for Lynn Notage’s riveting drama “Intimate Apparel,” directed by Jacqui Parker.

Modern ‘Macbeth’ puts the drama at home

Walking into the Laurie Theater on Saturday night, I could not help but feel as if I had entered a completely different space.  The theater had been transformed into a modern day kitchen — complete with a sink, kitchen island, cabinets stocked to the brim with food and drink, mostly resembling alcohol, and a refrigerator.

Pop Culture

Well, another school year has come and gone. We said goodbye to memorable TV shows and acclaimed films that we still haven’t seen, and, of course, we have obsessed over the private lives of our foremost celebrities.

Pop Culture

Spring is here, and with that comes the beginning of music festival season. Music festivals used to be under-the-radar experiences that only those in the know witnessed.

Pop Culture

The world as we know it ended this week for teenagers, college students and even 20-somethings. Zayn Malik left One Direction.

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