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MIX OF GENRES: Chak De! broke the boundry between genres, mixing classical and hip hop in their dancing.
ALL AROUND THE WORLD: Kaos Kids took the audiances around the world with their electrified movment.
5 TO 17: The Afro Diamonds dancers, ages five to seventeen years old, energized the stage with their moves.
WORDS FROM THE DEAN: Dean of Students Jamele Adams graced the stage with his own performance.
POLITICAL PARADOXES: Sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild discussed her conversations with Louisiana conservatives about politics and the American Dream.
GUEST STARS: The drag show not only feature Brandeis students, but also performers from the Boston area.
GALAXY AND SPACE: A lot of effort was put into set production to create the cosmic vibe for the show.
STARTING A CONVERSATION: Many performances were presented, many were related to the performers’ personal experience.
STUDENT LEADERS: Alex Friedman ’19 was one of the three students who spearheaded the movement to raise funds for the Berlin Chapel to be remodelled.
DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY: Over 100 Brandeis community members gathered to learn and perform styles of dance from all over the world.