Don't look at these stunning photos for too long, lest you wanna get nightmares.

Wounded, and Not Walking

February 8, 2013
In the exhibit “Portraits of Wounded Bodies: Photographs of Civil War Soldiers from Harewood Hospital, Washington, D.C., 1863–1866,” we find portraits with a palpable defiance, not the anxious tremors of the fallen.
These two people are trying to get that code broken.

No Clues for this Code

February 1, 2013
If you knew nothing at all about Alan Turing, the place to start gaining a favorable impression of the man would not be in the opening scene of Hugh Whitmore’s 1986 play “Breaking the Code,” currently revived in a production by Amanda Chang ’13, as her senior project. Watching the stammering, fidgety Turing (Iason Togias ’16) unconvincingly report the details of a burglary to a skeptical detective, you might question the playwright’s choice of a protagonist seemingly unqualified to do anything except bite his nails.
Careful! If you extend your arm, you might brush the actors’ skin.

An ‘Island’ Near and Far

January 25, 2013
This production of "The Island" is a study in proximity.