With Chinese New Year being this past weekend, Saturday Jan. 25, the Brandeis Undergraduate Taiwanese Student Association hosted an event on Wednesday in the Intercultural Center lounge called “Celebrate CNY with DIY Dumplings.”
The way this piece was presented looked like a tent. It brought back fond summer memories like hanging out with my friends on a warm and clear evening or sitting around a campfire singing, laughing and making s’mores.
Overall, I enjoyed this play. It was entertaining and fun, yet thought -provoking at the same time.
Last week, I had the chance to speak to Olivia Ellson ’21, who wrote the play “Of a Mirror and Its Fragments” which will be performed next weekend, Nov. 8 through 10.
The fact that this piece was not too ostentatious and loud but was still interesting and elaborate is what sparked my fascination for it and caused this piece to stand out amid the others in the museum.
This week, the Justice spoke with Pramoda Bapatla ’20, one of the co-presidents of Namastar, about their event, It’s Garba Season!, on Oct. 12.
If someone is looking to watch something with a complex storyline I would suggest seeing something else, but for someone who just wants to see something funny and have a good time, this show is perfect.
“Six” is incredible and I would highly recommend it to everyone, whether they are passionate about theater or if they are just looking to have a fun and entertaining time.