CORRECTION APPENDEDAround this time last year, Kenny Fuentes '08 was confronting a fear common to many recent college graduates: "I seriously thought that I would never work again," he recalls.
JustArts: What have you been doing since you graduated in 2008?Harley Yanoff: I'm an actor in New York City.
A Cappella Fest, the 11-year annual tradition hosted by Starving Artists that brings together all of Brandeis' a cappella groups for a charity benefit concert, has always been an ambitious project, given that the campus scene comprises 12 vocal ensembles and over 100 students.
For his senior thesis, Evan Parks '10 has prepared maps of people's movements through the Usdan Student Center lobby based on hours of video footage.
JustArts: So you're hoping to move to New York? Do you want to go into theater or film?Linnea Sage: I've sort of made the transition into film.
On April 13, Brandeis will host noted authors Anita Diamant and Jennifer Gilmore '92 for readings of their books followed by a conversation about their writing.
The tiny nation of Azerbaijan doesn't often figure into class discussions or current events, and most Brandeis students probably couldn't find it on a map.
Brandeis' theater community was left reeling this week after the Brandeis 2020 Committee proposed drastic cuts to the design program.The committee recommended immediate suspension of all admissions to the graduate Master of Fine Arts design program, which is responsible for costume, lighting and set design for Brandeis Theater Company productions, and the phasing out of this program after all current students have graduated.
Since earning his M.F.A. from Brandeis in 2000, J. Bernard Calloway has come a long way. After only a couple of years on the Boston theater scene, the Alabama State University alum became involved in the musical Memphis, in which he plays the character Delray Farrell, in 2003.
This Sunday, Brandeis Ensemble Theater will bring its fourth annual Quickies Festival to the Carl J.