RE: Who Let John Patrick Shanley Have a Twitter

Hey Elena, I was tickled with your recent blog post. In response to your post : “Who Let John Patrick Shanley Have a Twitter“ I too am familiar with the Twitter of JPS and can’t help but feel similarly. I understand that Twitter is an informal platform in which people are free to express themselves in […]

Roy Loves America: Theatre, Dance, and Media in conversation

Lighting designed by classmate Kat Zhou, I was introduced to a new circle inside the Boston community making exciting and bold new work: the Harvard Theatre, Dance, and Media Center and their production of Roy Loves America. With Angels in America as a counter text, this play explores the conflict behind the public persona and […]

A look at Technique in “The Usual Suspects”

This weekend I watched “The Ususal Suspects” for the first time, and it was a truly fascinating film. I want to take a quick look at Form and Content through the lens of film. So i’m Going discuss the “Keaton Was Keyser Soze” Scene. I am picking this scene because in the context of the […]

This Is America

*SPOILER ALERT* If you haven’t seen Childish Gambino’s new music video for his song, “THis is America”, then you need to stop what you’re doing and what it ASAP no Rocky. I shall be discussing the music video now. I haven’t been able to get the images of the song nor the song itself at […]


A few weeks ago, I saw Brawler by Walk McGough at the BPT. I cringed in my seat through the whole thing, suffering as I often do from terrible second-hand embarrassment, but texted my friends the moment I was out of my theatre to tell them they had to see it. I love stories about […]

A Manifesto

A MANIFESTO; AN ATTEMPT AT AN EXPLANATION FOR PEOPLE WHO DON’T REALLY DO THAT SORT OF THING BY AINDAN NEWELL & KALEI DEVILLY I We are looking for an answer but don’t need one. Our art is living in the question. We don’t know. Contradiction is okay. II Our art is… In the moment. Our […]

A Brief Recomendation

I want to make a brief show recommendation. If you aren’t following Legion on FX, which just started its second season, I would suggest you start. There are a lot of reasons, from its obsessively constructed aesthetic to its engaging acting to its minor details. But really why I keep watching it’s a show about […]