The work, which consists of a series of videos, envisions a post-apocalyptic version of the Holy Land, in which its female inhabitants are forced to traverse the terrain on various obstacles that keep their bodies from making contact with the earth.
The 1993 British play was produced by the Undergraduate Theater Collective March on 14-17 in the SCC Theater.
This week, justArts spoke with Joon Cha ’20 , who organized K-Nite.
While the majority of this weekend’s moviegoers shelled out their hard-earned money to “Captain Marvel,” several releases from the past few weeks faded into box office obscurity.
Levine described himself as an “old-fashioned idealist,” a composer who creates music meant to be listened to from beginning to end.
Earlier this month, the Brandeis Asian American Students Association opened Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with their “Dare to Dream” event.
The concert was held after normal museum hours, so the audience could explore the Rose without being impeded by the usual crowds of museumgoers.
This week, justArts spoke with Olivia Ellson ’21, who directed “Much Ado About Nothing.”
Ever since it was announced that the protagonist Alita would be filmed entirely with motion capture technology, many have worried that she would look unnatural among real flesh-and-blood actors.
This weekend, Brandeis’ Hold Thy Peace presented their spring semester play “Much Ado About Nothing.”
We did it, everyone. We solved racism.
The United States flag is an iconic symbol, one that elicits an immediate and powerful reaction.
This week, justArts spoke with Batsheva Moskowitz ’22 who wrote and directed one of the Quickies this semester.
Hooked On Tap danced their hearts out in their annual show this past Sunday night.
Sa-Roc’s “Forever” plays as the audience members look around searching for the performer, Su’ad Abdul Khabeer.
On Sunday, actor Tony Shalhoub came to Brandeis for a question and answer session in the Wasserman Cinematheque.
Last Sunday, the Undergraduate Theater Collective presented “Quickies,” the annual festival of student-written short plays.
One of the many striking pieces in the newest exhibit at the Rose Art Museum is not a finished piece, but a stencil.
This week, justArts spoke with Jason Kwan ’20, who is co-President of improv group Bad Grammer along with Mitchell Redfield ’20
The first Stein Night of the semester, held on Feb. 1, garnered a lot of attention for its performers.