Crimson staff writer
Lola J. DeAscentiis
Sasha Denisova, celebrated Ukrainian playwright and director, merges comedy and tragedy, fact and fiction, and the serious and the imaginative in "The Gaaga," a site-specific phantasmagoria.
Spatial sound, which gives listeners a “3D” sound experience, is being created and studied right here in Cambridge, Mass.
Notably, “Not Strong Enough” features an intricate layering of vocals, in which the artists offer both solos and harmonies.
The film gracefully ties together two plots through a series of converging moments, all of which center around the rapidly growing Calvary Chapel.
Two-time Booker Prize-winning author Margaret Atwood spoke to a packed crowd of fans in Sanders Theatre on her newly published short story collection “Old Babes in the Wood” Thursday.