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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

A still from “Shirley.” The “psychosexual drama” marked the feature film debut of Sarah Gubbins (Communication ‘97, ‘08)

Queerer and Weirder: Screenwriter Sarah Gubbins makes her feature film debut with ‘Shirley’

April 22, 2020

Sarah Gubbins (Communication ‘97, ‘08) first fell for Shirley Jackson’s twisted sensibilities in a performance studies class her senior year at NU. This year, she premiered her biopic of the horror...

Kathryn Hahn in the HBO series Mrs. Fletcher.

Kathryn Hahn talks taking the lead in HBO’s ‘Mrs. Fletcher’

October 30, 2019

It may seem like false modesty when Kathryn Hahn (Communication ’95) calls the new HBO series “Mrs. Fletcher” an ensemble piece. After all, she is Eve Fletcher, a divorced middle-aged mom who...

Kathryn Hahn (Communication ’95) and co-star Griffin Dunne star in the Amazon series “I Love Dick.” The show’s screenplay is written by Sarah Gubbins (Communication ’97, ’08).

Alumnae Kathryn Hahn and Sarah Gubbins explore the explosion of female desire in new Amazon series

November 3, 2016

A&E Chris Kraus loves Dick. Kraus, portrayed by Kathryn Hahn (Communication ’95), is the lead character in the epistolary novel-turned-TV series “I Love Dick,” adapted and written by Sarah...

Reno, played by Communication freshman Treyvon Thomas, learns to stand up for himself and his dresses.

Guest Column: ‘The Transition of Doodle Pequeno’ director responds to cancelation of play at local elementary school

June 4, 2014

An auditorium of fourth and fifth graders leans forward in their seats as a boy twirls on stage in bright pink tutu. This is Reno. He is a character from "The Transition of Doodle Pequeño" by Gabriel...

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