The bouquet in “Utah Bride and Baby” is not at its prime, but carries marks of time. It’s not only about the beginnings of new chapters of life, but also how far we have come and what a beautiful journey it has been.
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Anna Cass ’21, a member of the TBA Improv and Sketch Comedy, about the “Judges vs. Owls: TBA and Bad Grammar’s 4th Annual Joint Show” on Nov. 13.
At the end of the conversation, right before I moved on, he offered me a blue bird that moves up and down like it’s flying, which he made during our fifteen minutes of conversation.
Overall, I enjoyed this play. It was entertaining and fun, yet thought -provoking at the same time.
This event exceeded my expectations of a biographic lecture on a well-loved poet, and enlightened me on the many layers of religious history and spiritual exploration in Bialik’s poetry.
SEAC remains an important aspect to our student life by hosting events which are dedicated to showcase Southeast Asian culture and its beautiful traditions.
Dancers of the Adagio Dance Company created a beautiful, fantastic dreamworld for audience last Thursday. This was the first time I attended a Brandeis dance show, but this show impressed me more than I would have ever imagined.
“Night for Africa” is important, because it represents a part of the Brandeis community that does not always get the representation it deserves. It is great that BASO can help share the beauty of Africa with Brandeis.
On Nov. 12, Campus Activity Board hosted their annual Fall Flex concert. The concert featured performances by DJ Ekenomics, Social House, Sage the Gemini and Cash Cash.
Through music, Eissenberg, Gamin Kang and the “MusicUnitesUS” project hopes to bring attention to this unforgotten history and provoke a peaceful future from there.
I’ll leave you with a quote from everyone’s Russian bubbe, Rhoda Wikoff: “People will always respect you if your SHOES and your HANDBAG match!!”
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Joon Cha ’20, the president of the Brandeis Korean Student Association, about the “Pojangmanch” street food tent that the club hosted on Nov. 1.
Just like the baseball bat that is still sitting in my house, the concertina lives beyond its own time as a piece of art.
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Adam Fleishaker ’21, a tenor and publicist of Proscenium, about the a cappella club’s ProSCREAMium 2019 event held on Nov. 1.
Your professors might be some of the best in their academic field, but do you know that they are also experts in painting, knitting and graphic design?
On Oct. 29, the Women in World Jazz troupe held an event at Cholmondeley’s Coffee House in collaboration with Brandeis’ Hebrew Program.
However, if I may indulge one incentive to see the film — without giving too much away — it is this: in the same vein that Luca Guadagnino appropriated the peach as a vehicle for pleasure in “Call Me By Your Name,” Bong uses the peach as an agent of chaos in “Parasite.”
Last week, I had the chance to speak to Olivia Ellson ’21, who wrote the play “Of a Mirror and Its Fragments” which will be performed next weekend, Nov. 8 through 10.
The Justice had the chance to talk to Rebecca Goldfarb ’21, the student coordinator of the event, about the process of putting on such a massive show and what she learned from being an organizer.
From Oct. 24 to Nov. 17, the Spingold Theater Center will be hosting the JustArts Faculty/Staff Art Exhibition, where faculty and staff are invited to showcase their artworks.