I don’t really examine things too closely. Everything is not a work of art. I’m not like those academics, those writers that go along looking for the meaning of the world in everything that they find on the street.
Humorous entertainment doesn’t come to campus often enough. The Triangle Show plays twice a year, while Quipfire! improvises three times a semester. Aside from that, there’s not much else. Enter “The Princeton Sprint,” a weekly comedy that will debut on … Read More
Theatre Intime’s production of Sam Sheperd’s Buried Child expertly conveys the balance of terror and humor in the life of a family struggling with a secret. Doug Lavanture ’08, directs a production in which every detail of the family’s life … Read More