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

Wounded, and Not Walking

February 8, 2013 • 0
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 • 0
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 • 6072
This production of "The Island" is a study in proximity.