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‘And Then There Were None’ provides engaging take on period piece

The UTC’s “And Then There Were None” has shown, despite its limited run, the talent of its creative team to create engaging and socially conscious theater despite community concern over the show’s racist history and… 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 potential of theater. “Blood and Water” and “Lucid”… Read More...

‘Beauty and the Beast’ is a comedic hit despite dramatic stumbles

“Beauty and the Beast,” the newest show from Brandeis’ Undergraduate Theater Collective (UTC) hits all the high notes of the upbeat musical it seeks to be. The show is the UTC’s open-cast show, which denies… Read More...

Rose Art Museum opens spring semester exhibits

The Rose Art Museum opened three new exhibitions this Thursday as it transitioned between semesters. The new exhibits emphasize diversity and unconventionality in art and education. The exhibits are “Tenderheaded” by Jennifer Packer, “Praying for… Read More...

Circle UP! teaches about education inequality

As part of ’DEIS Impact, the Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation Program (CAST) brought youth Boston theater group “Youth Underground” to Brandeis on Monday, Feb. 5, to perform “Circle UP!,” a show about inequality… Read More...

‘Quickies’ bring out the best in student theater

This year’s “Quickies” were a wonderful reminder of theater’s potential power to create entertainment. The “Quickies” are a series of short theatrical productions, which the Undergraduate Theatre Collective (UTC) stages every year. Each is created… Read More...

Boston entertainment to distract and divert

As we settle into the routine of second semester, you may be looking for something to break up the grind. Here’s some recommendations of where to go in Boston: Phantom of the Disco: Heart and… Read More...

Slam poetry touches audiences at Chum’s through a lens of interesting topics

Brandeis’ slam poetry team Poetic Justice held their “final slam” Friday, Jan. 19 at Cholmondeley’s Coffee House to determine who would be a part of Brandeis’ official slam team this year. The night was full… Read More...

Joe Bradley addresses Brandeis

Joe Bradley, one of the artists featured at The Rose Art Museum, draws this season of exhibitions to a close with a talk about his work and career Thursday, Jan. 25. Bradley is a celebrated… Read More...

Boston arts entertainment guide

Following up on last week’s article, we come to you with another list of recommendations for exploring the Boston art scene. If you’re having trouble deciding what to do this week, look to these recommendations… Read More...
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