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As it turns out, films not only reflect the current social and political atmospheres?they are influenced by these atmospheres in the way they are produced, edited and presented to the public.
At an event on Wednesday evening, Brandeis alumnus, Arnie Reisman ’64, outlined the making of his Cold War documentary, When Red Was a Scary Color.
“Are you sure that we are awake?” Demetrius (Raphael Stigliano ’18) asks Hermia (Tova Weinberger ’18) in Hold Thy Peace’s recent production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He continues, “It seems to me that yet we sleep, we dream.” And indeed, the ’80s-themed play is so full of sharp contrasts?Shakespeare’s centuries-old writing emerging from the mouths of the young, energetic cast as they leap around a modern, graffitied set while fairies dance to David Bowie music?that it takes on a decidedly dreamlike, if occasionally jarring, feel.The play ran from Thursday night to Sunday afternoon this past week in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater, drawing viewers from the cold rain outside.
Boston-area college students looking for an activity on the night before Halloween were in luck this past Thursday. Approximately 3,300 students from 30 schools flocked to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston for College Night: MFA After Dark.
The Boston Ballet company’s artistic director, Mikko Nissinen, redefined the timeless classic production of Swan Lake at its opening this Thursday.
Starting with the release of her single “Shake It Off” on Aug. 18, Taylor Swift’s latest album release, 1989, landed heavily on the pop music scene.
This week, justArts spoke with violist and professor Mark Berger Ph.D ’12, the newest member of the Lydian String Quartet.
The Lydian String Quartet, one of Brandeis’ musical treasures, kicked off its season and introduced its newest member, violist Prof.
What do medicine and art have in common??Leeza Meksin’s exhibit Big Bounce at the Women’s Studies Research Center.
Imagine you are coming back from a college party, and all of a sudden, you end up in a room with Sylvia Plath, a woman stuck in the 1960’s, a washed up celebrity and a deranged seven year old.
The Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum and the Psychology Club extended the hours at the Rose Art Museum on Thursday evening to present a symposium of 1914: Magnus Plessen. The museum, which usually closes at 5 p.m., stayed open until 9 p.m.
It is rare for an artist to break into the music scene but not release a studio album for more than three years.
Obehi Janice, a 27-year-old graduate from Georgetown University, has recently launched her career as a solo performer with the release of her new stand-up show.
This week, justArts spoke with Alex Faye ’15, the music director for Tympanium Euphorim’s production of Spring Awakening, about the company’s shows this weekend.
This week in music: Lorde continued to prove her dominance with her new track “Yellow Flicker Beat” and some epic covers, Eminem released a freestyle rap with offensive lyrics and Nicki Minaj apologized for her new music video that features Nazi imagery.
Hafiz Karmali, an acclaimed international theater director and resident director at the University this semester, spoke on Islamic performing arts on Wednesday afternoon.
The lights went dark; a drum roll-like thunder sound came out of the speakers and MAGIC!?the Canadian reggae-fusion band?came out on stage to perform their first piece, “No Way No.” Sunday night’s concert, the second part of the Student Events concert series, featured openers DJ Pup Dawg, and Jamaican singer-songwriter Samantha J as well as the headliner MAGIC!. Student Events had not previously advertised DJ Pup Dawg, but, as it turns out, he travels and performs with Samantha J on a regular basis.
Many people associate musicals with random dance numbers, toned-down dialogue and happily-ever-afters.
After 20 years on the American rock scene, Foo Fighters still continues to attract and enchant their listeners.