This week, justArtsBspoke to Dean Elaine Wong, senior associate dean of arts and sciences for undergraduate education, about the upcoming BPArt: Pluralism and the Arts ‘Deis Impact Art exhibition.
'The Tech Project' Jan. 30 to 31 Rachel Liff ’16, head of the Undergraduate Theater Collective, wrote in an email to the Justice that “this is a show with no actors, told entirely through the technical parts of theater.” The production is co-sponsored by Brandeis Ensemble Theater and Brandeis Players. 'Brandeis Cares' Feb.
FA 79A: “Modernism Elsewhere,” taught by Prof. Talinn Grigor (FA) “Modernism Elsewhere” centers around modern and contemporary architecture outside the West.
Due to a lack of cable and spare time, my budget for new television shows is relatively slim. However, I did find time to check out NBC’s newest comedy Bad Judge starring Kate Walsh as Rebecca Wright, a discombobulated and questionable criminal court judge.
Many artistically-minded students choose Brandeis for its breadth of theater opportunities, performances and productions.
This week, justArts spoke with Emily Duggan ’14, director of Boris’ Kitchen’s 15th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival, about the company’s shows this weekend.
During a discussion of Elizabeth Murray’s “Duck Foot” on Wednesday night, participants analyzed and dissected the piece.
Tucked away in the corner of the stage sat a plain brown desk. With the houselights up, an actor in a dark brown suit calmly wrote at the desk as the audience filtered in.
This week, justArts spoke with Aaron Fischer ’15, the director of Brandeis Ensemble Theater’s production of Art, about the company’s show this weekend.
Many people associate musicals with random dance numbers, toned-down dialogue and happily-ever-afters.