TALK-BACK: Vanessa Gould discusses her documentary with Brandeis professor, Eileen McNamara (JOUR).
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ARTISTIC GESTURE: Student guests walk up the stairs next to Tony Lewis’ installation made of graphite dust, nails and rubber bands, titled "Plunder."
DANE THE DINOSAUR: Sarah Sharpe ’20 and Dane Leoniak ’20, dressed as a dinosaur, act in a skit together.
LANGUAGE BARRIER: Emma (Haia Bchiri ’20), who has hearing loss, signs, despite the stigma around doing so, to equally rebellious Fefu (Rebecca Myers ’18).
GIRL TALK: Fefu and her friends sit together on a couch as Cecelia (Alex Wu ’19) stands near them.
GHOSTLY GARMENTS: Edith (Tova Weinberger ’18), Charles and Ruth’s nervous and clumsy maid, stands next to a ghostly Elvira.
WRAITH IN WAITING: Charles’ late wife Elvira (Leah Nashel ’20) lurks behind his second wife Ruth (Jess Cocomazzi ’21).
SINGING SILHOUETTE: Strong lighting choices makes Harris appear almost ethereal as he sang to a dancing crowd.
HANDS IN THE AIR: Lead vocalist Sam Harris sings enthusiastically, energizing the crowd.
“GREEN TRUTH”: Murakami is known for his “superflat” iconic style.
DRAGON IN THE CLOUDS: Murakami painted this 60-foot long painting in a mere 24 hours after nagging from his mentor.
MONOLOGUE: Polonius (Kerstin Shimkin ’21) rambles in a monologue, capturing the essence of the character.
BAD BOY BLUES: Laertes (Eli Esrig ’19) packs clothing with Ophelia (Casey Bachman ’21) to send her away from Hamlet.
RATHER BE GIRAFFES: RBG sang “Mistakes” by Andra Day and “Jackrabbit” by San Fermin.
DANCING IN THE DARK: Student dancers perform a choreographed piece.
COSTUMED COMPANIONS: Starving Artists ended the evening with the song, “Be My Escape” by Reliant K.
HAMLET, UNHINGED: Hamlet (Bryan McNamara ’19) contemplates his situation, knife in hand.
BAND IN BLUE: A student band called “The MAD Band” performs, clad in shiny blue hats.
JOKING JOST: Colin Jost, known from “Saturday Night Live,” performed a stand-up show for family weekend.