This week, justArts spoke with Batsheva Moskowitz ’22 who wrote and directed one of the Quickies this semester.
Last Sunday, the Undergraduate Theater Collective presented “Quickies,” the annual festival of student-written short plays.
This week, justArts spoke with Jason Kwan ’20, who is co-President of improv group Bad Grammer along with Mitchell Redfield ’20
From the glorified heroes of classic Westerns to the brutal worlds of recent neo-Westerns, the Western genre has been repeatedly redefined by filmmakers in the last century.
“Outlaw King” is a historical drama about the journey of the legendary king of Scotland, Robert the Bruce.
For those battling with midterm exams and papers, nothing can be more comforting than a night full of performances.
This weekend, Hold Thy Peace, a student-run group that performs Shakespeare and classic theater on campus, presented “The Tempest.”
The University hosted a screening of the documentary “Dawnland” as part of the Intercultural Center’s annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Teach-In on Oct. 18.
A new documentary asks an important question: What would happen if everyone in society was given a universal income?
The Rose Art Museum Fall Opening premiered several new exhibitions last Friday.