Despite its exciting, expensive and thorough advertisement campaigns, Hollywood rarely breaks through the college bubble.
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Most Frida Kahlo exhibits focus on the artist’s work as a reflection of her life, but curator Adriana Zavala, associate professor of art and art history at Tufts University, has taken a different approach in her upcoming exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx.
Gillian Wearing’s video Bully (2010), currently on view at the Rose Art Museum, is an emotional roller coaster?mostly running downward.
This week, justArts spoke with Aaron Fischer ’15, the director of Brandeis Ensemble Theater’s production of Art, about the company’s show this weekend.
Pumpkin spice lattes have given way to peppermint mochas and gingerbread men. Holiday decorations are out in full swing, and you can’t escape the Christmas commercials on TV.
This semester’s director-in-residence, Hafiz Karmali, worked with Brandeis undergraduate students on his version of Jean-Claude Carriere and Peter Brook’s production of The Conference of the Birds. From the various elements incorporated into the production, Karmali demonstrated an impeccable sense of space and actor and audience connection.
Tucked away in the corner of the stage sat a plain brown desk. With the houselights up, an actor in a dark brown suit calmly wrote at the desk as the audience filtered in.
Entering South Campus commons, I saw two rings of chairs in the center of what I would soon learn was the stage.
The music, colorful costumes and overflowing energy of MELA 2014 could be felt before stepping into a packed Levin Ballroom on Saturday night.
The lights went up on a restaurant scene. Using overly exaggerated, hilarious facial expressions, Yael Platt ’17 asked Michelle Wexler ’15, the annoyed hostess, if she could have a table for one.
During a discussion of Elizabeth Murray’s “Duck Foot” on Wednesday night, participants analyzed and dissected the piece.
The concert started with a loud cry of poetry from Faith Conant as she beat on the lead drum, prompting the rest of the group to join in on their instruments.
Many artistically-minded students choose Brandeis for its breadth of theater opportunities, performances and productions.
With the start of the new year, Boston will see a new lineup of concerts that you won’t want to miss.
This week, justArts spoke with Emily Duggan ’14, director of Boris’ Kitchen’s 15th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival, about the company’s shows this weekend.
The semester is winding down, and work is ramping up. Once finals end, though, you’ll have earned a much-deserved break.
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards made their annual television appearance this past Sunday night and it was a competitive race to the famous golden globe statuette. With a slew of successful films and television series this year, the nominations all had a strong chance of winning.
Due to a lack of cable and spare time, my budget for new television shows is relatively slim. However, I did find time to check out NBC’s newest comedy Bad Judge starring Kate Walsh as Rebecca Wright, a discombobulated and questionable criminal court judge.
Dating comedians perform stand-up set
“I Wish.” Those two words begin the film that tells a story of happiness, despair, teamwork and hope, all through the eyes of beloved fairy tale characters.