Alexandra McInnis


Jungen & Linklater at Logan

Two artists discuss Modest Livelihood, their current exhibit at the Logan Center.


January 25, 2013

Curtains for Wright’s flashy adaptation of Anna Karenina

In all the fuss over its lush single soundstage, Anna Karenina forgot its most important component: the complexity of its titular character.


November 20, 2012

Bond shaken and stirred, with a touch of gray

The incorrigible British Secret Service agent may be an aging globetrotter with low technological proficiency, but he's far from retiring.


November 13, 2012

At Harris Theater, Lebowitz’s politics take no prisoners

The gloves come off when Fran Lebowitz brings her cultural criticism to the political arena.


October 5, 2012

English department casts verdict, doesn’t object to TV’s best

New English department panel series analyzes critically-acclaimed TV shows.


May 11, 2012

Tarn's analytic approach to lyric poetry yields hopeful results


May 4, 2012

Love among the nuptial ruins

Marguerite Duras's play 'La Musica' gets a claustrophobic interpretation at the Alliance Francaise.


May 1, 2012

Little-known surrealist finally gets a room of his own

Jindrich Heisler, surrealist painter, gets his first retrospective at the Art Institute.


April 13, 2012

UBallet performs lesser-known 'La Bayadere' to great success

UBallet's performed 'La Bayadere' at Mandel Hall this past Saturday and Sunday.


February 28, 2012

Lascivious Ball disrobes bookish stereotypes

At the Lascivious Ball this past Saturday, students shed their inhibitions.


January 20, 2012