How did you get into college?
If only ‘Yesterday’ could feel like Now
'Yesterday' delivered on the marketed Beatles humor, but there wasn’t anything else under the surface.
My mother’s daughter
An unfortunately underwhelming performance that leaves you wanting more.
Fire, blood, and anguish
A thriller to end all thrillers.
‘Mob Psycho 100’ and the problem of being a hero
‘Mob Psycho 100’ and its general humanity and moralistic, pacifistic outlook are refreshing in a genre of anime that focuses on power-ups over real character growth, epic fight scenes over mundane, everyday life, and the supernatural instead of the real.
Before he could fly, he was Peter. Watch as a boy learns to how to never grow up.
This memory is corrupt
What happened yesterday? Can you remember?
Good music and good times, what more can you ask for?
Setting boundaries and breaking laws
Maybe forgetting to call your mom is a bad thing after all.
Her Name is Aurora
Kiss of the Spider Woman is an unabashedly queer play set in the darkest of places, prison.
Just let me run!
It’s such a lovely day! And it’s been so for the last 15 years.
Not in Kansas anymore
A funkalicious, soulful, jazz-packed version of one of the most wonderful stories in history.
All that’s left
Two men stand in front of a ruined synagogue as bombs go off in the background. They are the last two Jews in the city with their entire religion resting on their shoulders. But it’s a comedy.
A recipe for disaster
A musical whose best defining feature was the end.
The game that will make you relive the most horrific and most terrifying experience of your life: high school prom.
The unexpected rockstar
This documentary is an intimate look into how a girl from Brooklyn became a modern-day icon. A film that truly shows standing up for what you believe in makes you unforgettable.
Parties and politics
Dance like the world will end tomorrow. Drink as though there isn’t a bottom of the cup. Hook up with as many girls as possible. These are the things that’ll define your Greek life.
A letter sent into the unknown. Two people with no chance of meeting. A production with a sweet ending.
A mysterious object was seen hovering on what seemed to be a perfectly normal day.
All rock ‘n’ roll, all the time
A night of music that was truly unforgettable. BANNERS comes to town.
The world in varying shades of gray
Halloween comes early to MIT, as Next Act uses a bit of necromancy to pull you into a musical that is anything but dead. An undead work of art in every sense of the word.
An eternal smile
What happens in a room full of tired college students, a few comedians, and a whole lot of jokes? SNL members come to MIT for a night rife with laughter.
A woman in the blue dress
You’ll want to see these two characters duke it out, letting their wits do the talking. It’s one power struggle after another in this play as Pillar and van Meegeren try to assert their dominance in this tiny prison cell.
The most beautiful thing in the world
Horrific, touching, and deeply beautiful, Weissman’s production brings to life Rajiv Joseph’s play with such wonderful magic that it will mesmerize you from start to finish.
In the wake of calamity
The lingering pain that never goes away is now a play.
‘Art is a part of our community. It’s already here’
I’ve sat down with Sarah Quinn ’17, a recent Course 18 graduate who has recently left MIT to become a hip-hop artist, to talk about her experience here and her journey to become the artist she is today. Just take a moment to absorb that.
Exploring both sides of the spectrum
If one thing can be said of the play, it is that 'Orlando' is one of the first modern attempts to examine gender. However, it does so by beating you over the head with its discoveries.
How an art exhibit fills in the blank space that is post-war Germany
From the works scrawled onto cardboard of the early 40s to the rise of contemporary art in the 50s, this exhibition showcases the pluralism that Germany possessed during its restoration as a world power.
Lonely Planet review
Through both acts, Jody and Carl's friendship serves as a beautiful testament for how people are able to change one another.
This classic story will surely not bore you this time
It was this phrase that popped up so often during the production as though it heard me. Start to finish, every scene leaps out of the stage and into your heart. If this sounds like something you’d enjoy, Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility is drenched with a frenetic vivacity.
To the very brink of the constitution
What 'Hold These Truths' hopes to say is that it’s absolutely necessary to discover these answers for yourself and to fight for the rights that you think you deserve. As Hirabayashi remarked in the play, “It’s a matter of principle.”
A long way from home
LSC hosted a behind-the-scenes look of Pixar’s upcoming movie, Coco. Dean Kelley, one of the artists, came to MIT that Friday to give us a preview of some scenes.