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Boris’ Kitchen elicits hilarity in sketch comedy festival

Boris’ Kitchen brought unparalleled sketch comedy to the SCC Theater last weekend with their 13th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival. The event spanned two days, with different guest performers at each. Friday’s troupe, EVIL, featured Boris’ Kitchen alumni Sam Roos and … Read More...

‘Non-Reality’ showcases a myriad of Brandeis talent

What is so great about the real world? This is the question posed by “Non-Reality,” a new play written by Brandeis student Emma Lieberman ’14 that was performed the weekend of Nov. 17. The answer, it turns out, does not … Read More...

‘South by South Brandeis’ openers erupt with unique flair

Punk Rock & Roll Club brought their cleverly-titled “South By South Brandeis” to Chum’s last weekend, featuring the highly anticipated bands “Callers” and “Delicate Steve” to kick off the show last Friday. Despite issues with feedback and leveling, Callers played … Read More...

‘Vacationer’ and ‘Braids’ rock first concert at Chums

Chums hosted its first show of the semester last Friday with two of the most relaxing bands to come this fall. Things kicked off with Vacationer, a mellow Philadelphia-based indie band with driving percussion and interesting riffs. The band, living … Read More...

Popular and creative, electronica draws crowds to Chums

On Nov. 2, WBRS brought the inimitable Holy F*ck to campus, opened by Bearstronaut in their second appearance at Chum’s. Attendance was middling but filled out by the time Holy F*ck took the stage. Both bands performed some phenomenal electronic … Read More...

Costumed composers provide an unsettling evening

Slosberg Recital Hall saw a decidedly strange performance last Saturday night. The first in this semester’s series of concerts hosted by New Music Brandeis, “Night of the Living Composers” showcased the compositional work of several graduate students in the Composition … Read More...

Reviving the Rose with conversation and Gene Davis

The first of many interdisciplinary art discussions took place at The Rose Art Museum on Wednesday. The discussion of Gene Davis’ “Moondog” is part of new director, Christopher Bedford’s desire to make The Rose a more prominent institution on campus.… Read More...

No one and the Somebodies proves that rock runs in families

Saturday’s Chums concert brought an impressive variety of musical genres to the coffeehouse, which was made even greater because two of the bands shared members. Though attendance was weak due to late publicity, the performers had a strong and free-spirited … Read More...

Twin Shadow and Silent Drape Runners electrify Chums

Chums hosted a concert last Saturday following the Santigold and Theophilus London show put on by Student Events. Serving as a type of after party, the concert was attended by a sizeable crowd and tickets were free but had to … Read More...

Santigold flourishes at fall concert

Santigold made her highly publicized Brandeis debut last Saturday with opener Theophilus London. The performance was well worth the $10 ticket cost, although vouchers for half-price tickets were available for two days after the concert was announced. Both acts were … Read More...

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