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Preview: Lost and Clowned

March 29, 2010
Preview: Lost and Clowned

“Some of us are born clowns, and others have clownhood thrust upon them. Which are you?” inquires the promo for this year’s Freshman Musical, Lost and Clowned. The Freshman Musical, also affectionately known as the “Froshsical,” is written, composed, directed, produced, and acted entirely by each year’s freshman class. This yearly event has the...

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HPT Commie Dearest: An All-American Success

March 8, 2010
HPT Commie Dearest: An All-American Success

HPT 162: Commie Dearest, an original musical with book and lyrics by Alexandra Petri ’10 and Megan Amram ’10 (from this point on referred to as Pamram ’10), and music by Alex Lipton ’11, continued the second week of its five week run this Wednesday, February 18, 2010. The latest production by the Hasty...

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The Salon: A Night at the Signet

February 24, 2010
The Salon: A Night at the Signet

Pedestrians walking by the Signet Society building last Saturday night might have paused briefly as they glimpsed a neon green glow seeping out through the windows.  Perhaps images of time portals and supernatural phenomena might have even flitted through their minds; the event that took place that night, however, was an evening devoted to...

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The Glass Menagerie: A Glass Half-Full

February 24, 2010
The Glass Menagerie: A Glass Half-Full

For many, Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie is more of a title than a living, breathing piece of American theater. The play is better known for its ubiquitous inclusion in high-school English syllabi than its performance history. Thus, it is our good fortune to have Megan O’Keefe’s (‘11) fine production currently running in the...

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