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Theater review: ‘Twelve Angry Men’ marred by lack of subtlety

Reginald Rose’s “Twelve Angry Men” is many things. It’s a scathing critique of the nation’s judicial system, it’s a gut-wrenching investigation of prejudice (racial and otherwise) and it’s a nuanced portrait of toxic masculinity – of this rough-and-tumble-brawn-before-brains American life. Riveting as it is timeless, it’s a show that’s been staged time and time again,…

Crew profiles: The brains behind Ram’s Head’s ‘Rent’

Director: Liz Knarr ‘16 Major: Political Science, Theater and Performance Studies Hometown: Yorba Linda, California Favorite Musical: “Next to Normal” Random Fact: Knarr has been involved in 19 productions while at Stanford. As Director, senior Liz Knarr’s goal is to make sure huge fans of “Rent” – colloquially called “Rentheads” – are fulfilled by what they see…