March/April 2015
The Arts
Furniture Their Way
kalon_studios_thb.jpg Kalon Studios sells upscale furniture made by New England craftspeople out of sustainable wood.
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High Priestess of Soul
nina_simone_thb.jpg Nina Simone is the subject of the latest documentary by Liz Garbus '92, who says making it was “a worldwide scavenger hunt."
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Theater of the Oblique
sarah_ruhl_thb.jpg Playwright and Pulitzer finalist Sara Ruhl ’97, ’01 MFA says that what the theater needs is more bad plays.
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Captured Moments
helena_thb.jpg Painter Helena Wurzel ’03 creates works that tell stories of women in moments of self-reflection and celebration.
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30 Chews
willia_powers_thb.jpg William Powers ’93 moves to New York City and asks: is it possible to live a slow life in a fast city?
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Who's a Slut?
leora_thb.jpg Leora Tanenbaum ’91 on the danger to girls growing up under the scrutiny of smart phones and social media sites.
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Lunkhead
vanya_play_thb.jpg Tyler Lansing Weaks ‘12 MFA was buff as Spike in Christopher Durang’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.
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Seen, Not Heard
marceline_hugot_thb.jpg Marceline Hugot ’82 was Kathy Geiss on 30 Rock, one of many roles in which she couldn't speak.
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Fresh Ink
fresh_ink_bks.jpg A novel for young adults, a defense of reading literature in world of tweets, and a post-apocalyptic thriller.
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