Students studying in the Farber Library Mezzanine might notice that as of Thursday some of the walls near the mezzanine’s entrance have drastically changed color.
In her introduction before Thursday’s poetry reading, Prof. Elizabeth Bradfield (ENG), Jacob Ziskind Visiting Poet-in-Residence, noted that there is something special about hearing one’s own professors present their original artistic work.
This week, justArts spoke with Ra Malika Imhotep ’15, the director for the Brandeis Ensemble Theater and Brandeis Players’ production of for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf, about the companies’ shows this weekend. justArts: What motivated you to join the production of for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf? Ra Malika Imhotep: I pitched [the play] to the Brandeis Ensemble Theater Collective and [to Brandeis] Players—it was a group proposals meeting.
The Rose’s new exhibits showcase fresh themes
The Rose Art Museum’s newest Collection in Focus features pieces from artist Jennie C.
Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice raises important questions about the nature of mercy, racism and anti-gay and anti-Semitic attitudes.
This week, justArts spoke to Yasmin Yousof ’15, coordinator for the ’Deis Impact and Brandeis Immigration Education Initiative event “Dream Monologues,” about the performance on Friday.
Amira & Sam is the perfect comedy for Brandeis students, combining social issues with the classic notions of a romantic comedy.
Since the Rose Art Museum’s fall exhibits closed on Dec. 22, museumgoers have awaited the day the Rose would reopen to present its spring art selections.
Alyssa Avis, management assistant to the Theater Arts Department at the University, noted the range of subjects and shows in this semester’s theater line-up for the Company in an email to the Justice.