Brandeis’ sketch group Boris’ Kitchen is one of the few performing companies that I enjoy and continue to return to.
The exhibition is one of five currently on display at the Rose Art Museum, which held its opening event Saturday. The event drew people of all ages, including several professors, and featured refreshment tents and food trucks in addition to the art.
This past Tuesday, students, faculty and friends of Brandeis University eagerly filed into Wasserman Cinematheque for a special screening of documentarian Vanessa Gould’s latest film “Obit,” which follows the day-to-day life of writers in the obituary department at the New York Times.
A handful of theater students put on a show called ‘Mud’ this past weekend. The play, written by Cuban-American Maria Irene Fornes, revolves around a man and a woman living in what I assumed to be the 1920s.
Despite the Free Play Theatre Collective production’s adherence to minimal elements from set to actors to lighting and music, the overall effect of "Metamorphosis" was gripping and conveyed a poignant message