Students packed into the Shapiro Campus Center Theater on Friday for one of the most awaited events of the semester: the 17th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival.
On Saturday night, students packed into Levin Ballroom waiting for one of the University’s most anticipated events on the Brandeis campus of the year: MELA, the annual charity show put on by the Brandeis South Asian Students Association (SASA). This event promotes awareness of South Asian culture through many different performances, such as singing, dancing and modeling, followed by a delicious Indian dinner served in Upper Usdan.
This week, justArts spoke with Caitlin Crane-Moscowitz ’20, who played Hope Cladwell in Tympanium Euphorium’s production of “Urinetown” this past weekend. justArts: How did you react when you found out you had gotten one of the lead parts in the show? Caitlin Crane-Moscowitz: It’s kind of a funny story.
This week, justArts spoke with Gabe Walker ’19, who is directing Tympanium Euphorium’s production of “Urinetown,” which will be performed this weekend. justArts: Is this your first time directing? Gabe Walker: It is not.
This week, justArts spoke with Rafi Diamond ’18, who is directing “12 Angry Jurors,” to be put on by Hillel Theater Group this upcoming weekend.
An old friend arrived on the Brandeis campus on Friday: Chris Bedford, the former director of the Rose Art Museum, and current Wagner Wallace Director of the Baltimore Art Museum.
Brandeis is known for its array of performing groups, from dance to music to comedy. However, while many students probably have a friend or two within some of these groups, there are many amazing performing troupes on campus that do not get enough recognition.
This week, justArts spoke with Rachel Josselsohn ’17, who is directing Brandeis Ensemble Theater’s “She Kills Monsters,” to be performed at Brandeis this weekend. justArts: Without giving away any spoilers, can you tell me a little bit about the plot and premise of the play? Rachel Josselsohn: [It’s] a really interesting show.
This week, justArts spoke with Rebecca Bradshaw, a theater director, producer and public relations director in the Boston area who directed Brandeis Department of Theater Arts’ “Big Love,” which was performed this past weekend. justArts: Is this your first time directing a show at Brandeis?
This week, justArts spoke with Ingrid Schorr, the director of the Office of the Arts at Brandeis, who organized the JustArts exhibition that went up this past week.