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‘Head Over Heels’ falls on its face

Is there another actor working today with as much range as Freddie Prinze, Jr.? It seems like only last year he was convincingly playing a high school student. Now, he’s moved on to more “mature” roles, like the one in the new “comedy,” “Head Over Heels.” Prinze is amazing in that he manages to act […]

Breasts. (Made you look.)

Recently it has come to my attention that I, as a member of the female persuasion, have breasts. Even more recently it has come to my attention that guys, members of the completely opposite sex, like breasts. Now, to many of you this seems like common knowledge; most of you “men” have been admiring breasts […]

Phantom stays fresh in Boston

When Phantom of the Opera first appeared on Broadway in 1988, it became an instant global sensation. Having already attracted significant buzz from its London premier, Andrew Lloyd Weber’s latest musical phenom succeeded in sweeping the Tony Awards during that year, picking up seven statues including Best Musical. Thirteen years later, as the tour comes […]

Getting the facts straight

In response to Tuesday’s article about the Student Union (“CGS Senator asks E-board for more detailed weekly update” Jan. 30) I am writing to say that a number of factual errors distorted my request for a formal report from the E-board. To add, the editorial in Wednesday’s paper entitled “A Union uninformed” also had factual […]

Muse talks to Phantom cast member

David Cryer, the oldest cast member of the current touring company of Phantom of the Opera, has been with the production since it began eight years ago. In 1962, he received his Master’s Degree in directing from Boston University, and throughout most of his life has encountered a highly honored and diverse career. Recently, the […]