Home » Sections » Arts (Page 3)

Koslofsky’s Corner: a quick thanks to all

Congrats, everybody: We made it! It’s the last issue of The Hoot for 2019, and, to be quite honest, I’m so proud of the arts section, and the paper as a whole. I’ll be uncharacteristically… Read More...

Brandeis stages ‘Little Women’… and it’s a big deal!

Set in the midst of The Civil War, hard times have hit many families in America, and the March family is no stranger to their share of difficulties. Yet, the four March sisters—Meg, Jo, Beth… Read More...

‘Fleabag’s’ perfection proves Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s genius

Where to start with the smart, snappy and sorrowful show that is Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s 2016 to 2019 creation “Fleabag?” Originally a one-woman play conceived, written and performed by Waller-Bridge, “Fleabag’s” story translates seamlessly into genre-defining… Read More...

‘Marriage Story’ review: one for the adults

Why does Nicole (Scarlett Johansson) love Charlie? He’s steady. He’s a great dad to their 8-year-old son Henry. He’s a good cook, and the caring head of the avant-garde theater company that employs both of… Read More...

Koslofsky’s Corner: What are we going to do about the Marvel hegemony?

Martin Scorsese is one of our greatest living filmmakers. How many years has this guy been making classics? Turns out, he’s also one of our sharpest critics. In an Op-Ed for The New York Times,… Read More...

Doja Cat in art class

Disclaimer: I would like to admit now that there is much to the following album that I am unable to communicate. I’m a pasty suburbanite that spent the better half of his high school days… Read More...

Hozier hosts transcendence

Last week I stood in Boston’s Boch Center Wang Theatre and listened to Hozier serenade me with his new album. His voice in person only solidified his unbelievable musical talent in my mind. Although I… Read More...

Adagio’s ‘Dare to Dream’ (almost literally) crushed the Levin stage

“We dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams.” -Albert Einstein Those are the final lines of the poem printed on the back of this semester’s Adagio programs.… Read More...

‘Every Brilliant Thing’ balances heartbreak with humor and audience interaction

In Brandeis’ production of the play “Every Brilliant Thing,” Amy Ollove ’21, Ashley Friedman ’22 and Kat Potts ’23 expertly balanced audience interaction, humor and heartbreak. Director Emily Pollack ’21 decided to alter the play’s… Read More...

‘Death Stranding’ impressions: it’s fun, but…

There aren’t many video game “directors” known to the public, but Hideo Kojima is an exception. The Japanese auteur is famous known for creating the “Metal Gear” series. His follow-up, “Death Stranding” has been extremely… Read More...
Menu Title