David Sargent

Your cup of tea
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Your cup of tea

For some, shopping at a bookstore is really just shopping. For others, shopping at a bookstore is a quest. Only after browsing through about 300 volumes covering every shelf in the building do they feel satisfied making a purchase. The new Kendall Book Exchange is for the latter shopper. The Book Exchange, which just reopened…

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‘RENT’ takes Ring Theater by storm

“RENT,” the record-breaking rock opera, was the epic finale to the University of Miami’s Department of Theatre Arts’ high-energy season. The Tony Award-winning musical, which was written by Jonathan Larson and based off of Giacomo Puccini’s legendary opera, “La Bohéme,” first premiered in 1996. It is about a group of young struggling artists during the…

Marrying black and hispanic stereotypes
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Marrying black and hispanic stereotypes

Despite its potential to explore the issues and difficulties of interracial relationships with some very talented actors, “Our Family Wedding” fails. It is nothing more than a cliché in its attempt to marry black and Latino racism with slapdash humor.

A double dose of laughter
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A double dose of laughter

Extreme family dysfunction and the difficulties of falling in and out of love are the comedic subjects of the Theatre Arts Department’s two plays currently showing at the Jerry H. Ring Theatre.

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