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Crowd Control’s semester show honors seniors

Crowd Control finished off their year of comedy performances with one last show on the evening of April 19 to say goodbye to their two graduating directors: Roy Shakerchi ’18 and … Read More...

Leonard Bernstein’s Festival of the Creative Arts: Q&A with Ingrid Schorr and Ingrid Pabon

The presence of admitted students on campus coincided with the rise of a plethora of celebratory arts events on campus. The Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts kicked … Read More...

‘Lucid’ and ‘Blood and Water’ raise questions about how we behave

UPDATED 4/26 at 10:30 a.m.

Every year, some of the most talented theatrical minds at Brandeis create personalized performances to explore issues important to them and the potent… Read More...

Brandeis celebrates Bernstein’s legacy with his daughter during Festival Week

In honor of Leonard Bernstein’s birthday and the Festival of the Creative Arts, Slosberg Musical Hall hosted Bernstein’s daughter and a trio of musicians for a sequence of st… Read More...

Student talents shine in Brandeis Korean Student Association’s annual showcase

With cool, sharp dance moves and quick hip-hop beats in contrast to elegant, graceful, traditional dancing showcased at this year’s K-Nite, the Brandeis Korean community pro… Read More...

Thank God, ‘Atlanta’ is back

Normally, reviewing TV shows is frustrating. With any season of a show that’s 13 episodes or fewer, each installment is only going to be a piece of a single, larger narrative. I wo… Read More...

Blockers is a stupid but light-hearted comedy

Rated-R romantic comedies have taken a downward spiral in recent years, with plot lines and actions that attempt to be funny, but end up being too cringe-worthy. Films that fall in… Read More...

‘A Quiet Place’ is a startling tension machine

No matter how much you hate horror movies, you cannot deny that the genre is in the midst of a real renaissance. From the plodding scares of “It Follows” to the terror of “The Ba… Read More...

SEAC honors Southeast Asian cultures in AYALA

The Southeast Asia Club (SEAC) held its seventh annual culture show, AYALA, in Levin Ballroom on Saturday, March 24. The night, divided into two main acts, continued to bring up th… Read More...

‘Into The Woods’ is powerful and energetic

The Department of Theater Arts’ performance of “Into The Woods” was powerful, emotional and energetic. The show, which ran from March 16 to 18 in the Spingold Theater, show… Read More...

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