FOCUS

‘FOCUS’ traps audiences inside their own heads (in a good way)

The show brings to life and examines in a unique way the most confounding, most inexplicable and most human flaw of the young mind. 

| Staff Writer

Ahead of ‘Focus,’ Shaelee Comettant reflects on how the pandemic has shaped her art

While Comettant’s artistic journey didn’t begin on the stage, she found her niche for theater in reflecting on the different artistic values that go into making up a show

| Staff Writer

A reminiscence of a Cuban excursion

While you may have spent your spring break catching up on homework or watching TV, 14 freshmen in professor Joseph Schraibman’s FOCUS class Stranger than Paradise: Cuban Experiences of Revolution spent their break in Cuba.

| Scene Reporter

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