The damsel in distress, the cold villainess and the femme fatale: these are all popular tropes that female characters tend to fall into. Rarely do we see a nuanced role for women because most stories are not told by women. This made Eurydice a breath of fresh air.
“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.
If you are looking for a fun vacation, there is no need to hop on SkyScanner — the Vietnamese Student Association has you covered.
Quick question: Do you like Saturday Night Live? How about thought provoking conversations? If both of these things are your forte, you might like “Love and Information.”
William Shakespeare wrote “Twelfth Night” for the Christmas season. So, even though Hold Thy Peace normally produces a show in October, it only made sense to put on a performance in early December.
When the lights went off, people thought it was a technical error, but they soon realized it was part of the show and grew even more excited.
Saturday may have been a non-stop downpour, but that did not extinguish the flames of Incendio.
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.
An amazing year for the theater majors!
If you want a movie that makes you feel “all the feels,” go see “Love, Simon.”