This week, justArts spoke with Elana Kellner ’19, director of the Undergraduate Theater Collective’s recent production of “Noises Off!”
Something special made its way onto the stage of the Shapiro Campus Center Theater over the weekend.
For those battling with midterm exams and papers, nothing can be more comforting than a night full of performances.
Saturday may have been a non-stop downpour, but that did not extinguish the flames of Incendio.
“Bad Times at the El Royale” is a recently released film with a stellar cast.
This week, justArts spoke with Karina Wen ’20, the director of the Undergraduate Theater Collective’s recent production, “Hookman.”
The Department of African and African American Studies (AAAS) hosted a screening of Spike Lee’s latest film “BlacKkKlansman” at the Intercultural Center.
This weekend, Hold Thy Peace, a student-run group that performs Shakespeare and classic theater on campus, presented “The Tempest.”
This is a historic year for the Toxic Majorette Dance Line.
Dibble’s deliberate choreography, much of which brought the entire cast onto the small stage of the Laurie, never once was too busy, miraculously crowding up a space while also creating room to breathe.
Last week, Brandeis’ sketch comedy group, Boris’ Kitchen, held its annual “Shit Show” in Mandel.
This week, justArts spoke with Kat Lawrence ’20, the director of Hold Thy Peace’s recent production of “The Tempest.”
The University hosted a screening of the documentary “Dawnland” as part of the Intercultural Center’s annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Teach-In on Oct. 18.
Colors of Russia, the Lydian String Quartet concert held this past Saturday, was unlike any other string quartet concert.
Namaskar, the Association for Hindus, Jains and Sikhs, hosted Raas Rasiya last Friday.
Brandeis is hosting yet another event in Bernstein’s name .
This week, justArts spoke with Pramoda Bapatla ’20, the president of Namaskar - The Association for Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs.
"Maniac" combines the aura of mystery found in "Blade Runner" with the intense fear and foreboding of "2001: A Space Odyssey.”
On Friday night, WBRS held a concert at the Light of Reason in conjunction with the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum.
On Oct. 4 at the Intercultural Center, students gathered to reflect on these questions and more through “An Evening of Art, Identity and Lived Experience,” part of the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize Award Presentation and Residency.