BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
The Black Plague killed over 50 million people, wiping out nearly a third of Europe’s population. It’s not exactly a topic thought of as great fodder for comedy. But that’s exactly the backdrop for English author Peter Barnes’ dark comedy “Red Noses.”
BY MAX RADWIN
“Quick Question,” John Ashbery’s collection of 63 new poems, proves that America’s greatest living poet isn’t quite done just yet. Following its hardcover release nearly a year ago, Ashbery’s 26th book is now available in paperback.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
In a couple of years, though, Katzman has definitely managed to make a name for himself, and he has consistently drawn large crowds to his shows.
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
“A Grand Night for Singing” gathers audiences around a University community that comes together one night a year, joined by their love for the art of singing, in any number of capacities.
BY LENA FINKEL
In one of the hottest plays to hit the stage, the dynamic duo of Director Tim Rhoze and Actor John Manfredi hopes to breathe new life into a classic tale.
BY NATALIE GADBOIS
Though the novel powerfully stands alone, as a Lahiri disciple it seems as though her former tales were all leading up to this magnum opus. “The Lowland” is both a soaring, cross-continental, cross-generational view of a shifting culture, and a quiet examination of the meaning of family.
BY LENA FINKEL
Sanford Hirsch will discuss Gottlieb as a person and the things that were important to him, in addition to his life as an artist.
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