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Joker 2019: why you should be excited

As an avid DC comics fan I was initially skeptical of the new “Joker” movie. I will admit that I thought it would just be an attempt to recapture the magic of Heath Ledger’s portrayal… Read More...

‘Justice League vs. the Fatal Five’ is effortlessly entertaining

DC Comics’ newest animated movie, “Justice League vs. the Fatal Five,” is a joy to experience for any DC Comics fan. The premise of the movie is equal parts simple and convoluted, just like the… Read More...

‘Much Ado’ adds something new

Hold Thy Peace’s (HTP) recent production of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” added a new spin on the classic comedy. While the plot of the play was maintained, the setting changed from Messina, Sicily to… Read More...

‘Aquaman’ stuns and excites

The latest installment to the DC Extended Universe, “Aquaman” is visually breathtaking and incredibly fun to watch. While it is by no means a perfect movie, it makes up for its flaws with entertaining action… Read More...

Boris’ Kitchen’s Fall Fest is a laugh riot

Boris’ Kitchen’s Fall Fest was a hilarious two-night spectacle of sketch comedy. From Santa Claus to a Scissor Goblin, this event had something for everyone to laugh at. The sketches themselves varied from topical humor… Read More...

‘Circle Mirror Transformation’ captivates through characters

The Department of Theater Arts’ production of Annie Baker’s “Circle Mirror Transformation” explores the life and relationships of its characters through the unique setting of a theater class. Coming into the first scene of the… Read More...

‘Noises Off’ delves into character

The Brandeis Undergraduate Theater Collective’s production of Michael Frayn’s “Noises Off” is a hilarious take on the behind-the-scenes drama of theatre. The plot follows the cast and crew of a play called “Nothing On” as… Read More...

Hookman has Brandeis hooked

The Brandeis Undergraduate Theater Collective’s production of Lauren Yee’s “Hookman” is an excellent exploration of the human psyche through the guise of a slasher flick. This production, directed by Karina Wen ’20, seamlessly blends elements… Read More...
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