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Glamour and guts in 'Landslide'

Frequenters of the Sarah Doyle Women's Center Gallery will find themselves caved in by "Landslide," an exhibit of two- and three-dimensional images of glamorous guts by Hope Hardesty '08. Conveying vulnerability, slippage and escape, "Landslide" exposes something not conventionally for display: the ...


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In PW's 'Nunsense,' the nuns sing and dance

"Nunsense," a musical comedy by Dan Goggin, is not the kind of production one usually sees at Brown. "Theater around here tends to get kind of high-brow," director Mariagrazia LaFauci '12 said. That's certainly not an issue with this show, running at Production Workshop Nov. 5-8.


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Steinbach spooks in annual organ recital

A dark figure appeared wearing a long black cape, and as the red spotlight flashed on him, the people gathered saw a face that appeared to be that of the undead. When the audience informed the figure that it was midnight on Halloween, all he could say was, "Oh I must play, I must play…"


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Classical pianist plays Radiohead, Ravel at RISD

Listeners of National Public Radio can hear Christopher O'Riley's informed commentaries on classical music and his classical compositions of Radiohead, Pink Floyd and Elliott Smith on his weekly radio show "From the Top." But on Saturday night, audience members in the Rhode Island School of Design Auditorium ...


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Advice pours out from Campus Center walls

Two understated speakers sit to the right of the Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center welcome desk. The subtlety of the white mesh speakers against the white wall strongly disguises the magnitude of the project they contain — a new permanent sound piece by Brooklyn-based artist Nina Katchadourian ...


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A stormy heath on the Quiet Green

The Quiet Green, usually little more than a walkway for busy students, is transformed into a stage for actors dressed in clothes from the 16th century. Blankets on the grass form a space for the audience and lamps mark the boundaries of the stage as Shakespeare on the Green, Brown's only open-air theater ...






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