FEELS LIKE HOME: Haybaby opened the show with some of their popular songs, easing the audience into the mood of the concert.
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HUSTLE: Brandeis’ Emma Spector ’20 skillfully outpaces her opponent in a game against New York University on Nov. 9.
FRIENDS FROM BERKLEE: Katsuo, a guest band from Berklee College of Music, thrilled the audience with a series of love songs.
TALENTED BOARD: The Japanese Student Association not only organized the event, but also put on an exciting dance sequence at the end of the show.
COLOR AND SHADES: The set of the show was used as the background of the performance, changing color with different lighting.
BEATS AND RHYTHM: Students provided a variety of performances, from a fashion show to taiko drumming.
KNOW YOUR PARTNER: In between the performances, audience members were invited to play games and win prizes.
RETURNING GUESTS: Junshu and Company from the Berklee College of Music was invited back to perform again this year.
“BEAUTY NEVER FADES”: The fashion show was accompanied by a guitar solo.
CHOCOLATE AND HIP HOP: 5Babies and JustA celebrate the festival with singing and dancing.
“OLD-FASHIONED” Josh Levine spoke about how he would like his music to be enjoyed.
PRINCE OF BASKETBALL: His second time in the roll, Harrison Carter ’22 was cast as royalty in a Shakespeare play.
ONE OF MANY STARS: Halley Geringer ’19 as Beatrice is one of the many outstanding performaners in the show.
DECEPTIONS: A recurring theme of the play is the masks people put on in front of the others versus their true selves.
JUST FOOD: Lupe Gonzalo Mendez, a representative from the Coalition of Immokalee Workers and the Alliance for Fair Food, discussed the impact of consumers demanding "just food," or food that is produced using fair labor practices.
SWING WITH STYLE : Students had a blast performing with their traditional customs.