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“Breaking Bad” viewers have yet to learn the fate of Walter White. 
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Jeremy Geidt, 83; actor and teacher was founding member of American Repertory Theater
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Since graduating from Harvard last year, Aucoin has been in constant motion, performing and conducting in Italy, working at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, writing a new opera for the American Repertory Theater, and serving as the composer in residence at the Peabody Essex Museum. Soon he’ll begin a two-year fellowship with the Chicago Symphony. During a rare break, Aucoin spoke with the Gazette about his life after Harvard.
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We’re all used to post-punk Brechtian cabaret by now (thanks, Amanda Palmer and Dresden Dolls!), but the Tiger Lillies, who played Oberon on Monday night, are another matter. This trio, formed in London in 1989, have been performing their songs and theatrical works over the course of more than 30 albums and in shows at clubs, theaters, and, in one instance, an abandoned prison. 
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This week, the A.R.T. welcomed the Institute for Advanced Theater Training Class of 2015. 
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Bring on the Little Monsters — Marissa Roberts is ready. The writer and director of “Gaga the ­Musical” said she wants her biopic-meets-­performance-­art-piece, debuting at the Outside the Box festival (free and open to the public) Saturday, to draw a new audience to the thea­ter world.  
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High school students take research and theater collaboration to new level.
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It would be understandable for the modern theater-goer to find a production of a 2,500 year-old Athenian tragedy written by Euripides daunting. But that theater-goer should get over it because the tragedy in question is The Bacchae, and it’s produced by Tubiforce and the Komoi Collective, playing at OBERON, and encourages its attendees to drink heavily and participate in the sexily savage Bacchic Rituals firsthand.
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When you put amazing theater, talented artists, and a couple of awards together on a lovely night in June, one tends to think of the Tony Awards. And, like every year, the Awards ceremony gets better and better. Although not every nominee can win a silver trophy with a spinning top (as Cyndi Lauper so kindly showed the viewers at home), the Tonys are ultimately a celebration of theater and the many artists…
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