On Sunday, April 15, Ridgewood Commons served as a stage for several student groups to showcase their talent for admitted students and their families.
Last Sunday afternoon, overcome by a mid-April winter storm, eager audience members packed into Ridgewood Commons to see a dance performance from Toxic.
Ridgewood A was packed with great performances from groups of various branches of the arts.
An amazing year for the theater majors!
The Great Lawn hosted a large birthday party on Thursday evening to commemorate Leonard Bernstein’s lasting impact on both the Brandeis community and the arts at large.
Children dancing. Students dancing. Adults dancing. Grandparents dancing. This was the effect Kotoko Brass had on its audience in the tent on the Great Lawn last Sunday.
This past Saturday afternoon, on-campus folk a cappella group Too Cheap For Instruments held their annual Folk Fest on the Great Lawn.
Shakespeare. Rowling. Tolkien. King. Seuss. What do all of these writers have in common? They are all eclipsed by the iconic Agatha Christie.
This week, justArts interviewed Viola Dee ’18, who co-directed this year’s performance of “The Vagina Monologues.”
On Saturday night, Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum (SCRAM) held their annual Rose Art Museum party, SCRAM JAM, an opportunity for students to explore the museum.
There was plenty of charm to be found in Friday’s showcase, “Brandeis by Night: Timeless Charm,” put on by the Brandeis Vietnamese Student Association.
The cavernous room was cozy, covered in twinkle-lights and filled with friendly, sociable people. Almost immediately, my eyes were drawn to the stage as Tamara Garcia ’18 and Dong-Min Sung ’19 cleverly began to introduce the acts for the Korean Student Association’s annual K-Nite.
This weekend, Brandeis’ Undergraduate Theater Collective presented the classic Disney musical “Beauty and the Beast,” directed by Maia Cataldo ’20.
The Southeast Asia Club’s annual multicultural showcase was a wonderful celebration of exceptional talent and Brandeis idiosyncrasy.
What I come away with from Beach’s music and Curtis’ presentation about the woman herself is that Beach was defined by chapters.
If you want a movie that makes you feel “all the feels,” go see “Love, Simon.”
On Saturday night, amidst several other art events occurring on campus this past weekend, a small but enthusiastic group of students gathered in Pollack Hall for a mid-semester performance by False Advertising, Brandeis’ only musical improvisation group.
On March 12, the American Studies program hosted a film screening of the 1985 Hector Babenco film “Kiss of the Spider Woman.”