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.
On Oct. 4, the Wasserman Cinematheque hosted a special screening of Debra Granik’s ‘85 “Leave No Trace.”
This week, justArts spoke with Chila Haber ’19, the president of Brandeis Starving Artists, and Brandon Less ’19, the president of Brandeis VoiceMale.
For the first time ever, Brandeis University was a co-host for the Boston Latino International Film Festival along with Harvard University, Northeastern University and Emerson College.
Brandeis Hillel hosted SukkA Capella last Wednesday in the Sherman sukkah, a temporary outdoor structure set up for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot to watch four different groups displayed their talent.
The new music concert series “Music at Mandel” kicked off on Sept. 26 with Prof. Robert Nieske (MUS) and his bandmate Billy Novick elegantly balancing a casual atmosphere and refined playing.
A new documentary asks an important question: What would happen if everyone in society was given a universal income?