This week, justArts spoke to Yasmin Yousof ’15, coordinator for the ’Deis Impact and Brandeis Immigration Education Initiative event “Dream Monologues,” about the performance on Friday.
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Two Dance Stories explores a life narrative through symbolism, movement and sound.
This week, justArts spoke with Arielle Keller ’16, the director of The Merchant of Venice, a show produced by Hold Thy Peace as part of ’DEIS Impact.
Eighty-three gramophone statues were given out last night at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.
In 1950, Gordon Parks, the first black staff photographer for Life Magazine, went back to his hometown of Fort Scott, Kan.
R&J: How I Love Thy Company was a creatively condensed adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Romeo and Juliet.
Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice raises important questions about the nature of mercy, racism and anti-gay and anti-Semitic attitudes.
The 87th Academy Awards were held on Sunday, Feb. 22. The show is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year in Hollywood, and this year was no exception.The 2015 Oscars were full of unexpected highlights that dominated the Internet in the days after the event.
This week justArts spoke with Bethany Adam ’15 about Tympanium Euphorium’s Brandeis Cares, a charity event that raises money for HIV/AIDS.
The Rose Art Museum’s newest Collection in Focus features pieces from artist Jennie C.
Saturday night in Slosberg Music Center, the Brandeis Concert Series hosted a recital by the Solar Winds Quintet.
This past Friday in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater, Tympanium Euphorium presented a musical theater spectacular to raise money to fight AIDS and HIV.
Focus, the latest Will Smith action film, may have pulled in $19.1 million in its opening weekend, but the film’s reception better represented by its 55 percent critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
In a press statement released yesterday, the Rose Art Museum announced the acquisition of 41 contemporary works.
The Rose’s new exhibits showcase fresh themes
Netflix has proven itself to be the next great place for entertainment. Whether through intense dramas such as House of Cards or smart yet poignant “comedies” such as Orange is the New Black (I say “comedy” because the Emmy Awards used to classify Orange is the New Black as such), Netflix’s original content has shaped the future of online television.
This week, justArts spoke with Ra Malika Imhotep ’15, the director for the Brandeis Ensemble Theater and Brandeis Players’ production of for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf, about the companies’ shows this weekend.justArts: What motivated you to join the production of for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf?Ra Malika Imhotep: I pitched [the play] to the Brandeis Ensemble Theater Collective and [to Brandeis] Players—it was a group proposals meeting.
If you have ever wandered past the small, glass-encased room on the second floor of the Goldfarb Library, you will have passed by an exhibit hosted by either the Robert D.
for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf is an excellent, relevant and powerful artistic experience, if only a good piece of theater.
The sounds of Azeri Mugham transported Slosberg Music Center to Azerbaijan on Saturday night. Fargana Qasimova and her ensemble performed a series of songs as the culmination of her residency at Brandeis through the MusicUnitesUs series.