Money corrupts — Brian Dykstra ensures we know that in his fascinating but uneven one-man show, Selling Out, playing at the Kitchen Theatre. Kaitlyn Tiffany '15 enjoyed Dykstra's acerbic take on stereotypes, but found his criticism too uncritical.
By avoiding the action-hero idealists and courtroom dramas that dominate many political dramas, Lincoln illuminates the one of the most enigmatic figures in American history, writes Kaitlyn Tiffany '15. Steven Spielberg leads an exceptionally strong cast and crew to create an astounding and complex world that is deeply political and personal.
There seems to be some serious soul-searching going on at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, which runs till November 25. Arts and Entertainment Editor Daveen Koh '14 thinks the shift in focus from architectural innovation to urban activism is timely.