Friday, April 25

Lucy Kim

Find yourself in moments of sublime joy.

LUNCHTIME WITH LENNY B
Time 1 p.m.
Location Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Goldfarb Library
Description Find out more about the festival’s founder from Georgia Luikens, who teaches the Brandeis course “America's First Maestro: Leonard Bernstein's Music and Role in New York Cultural Life.” Then join a community chorus singing the exquisite “Make Our Garden Grow,” from “Candide.” Light refreshments will be served, courtesy of the Office of the Arts.

 

ART WORKSHOP: FIND YOURSELF IN LOVE, BEAUTY, WILDNESS, DREAMS AND THE BIZARRE
Time 1 - 3 p.m.
Location Shapiro Campus Center Multipurpose Room
Description Enter a room designed to fuel your creative fires through poetry and art. Engage in creative pursuits at one of our “playstations,” where art and words will inspire you and you’ll find the materials to follow your inspiration. Or get advice via our authorized Dream Getaway travel agent (Elizabeth Bradfield, poet-in-residence), who will vicariously whisk you away to another land via the customized Broadsided Press Viewmaster ™ Projection Vacations.

 

BODY IMAGE WORKSHOP: FIND YOURSELF IN VISUAL AND THEATRICAL EXPRESSION
Time 1 - 3 p.m.
Location Merrick Theater, Spingold Theater Center
Description Discover more about your physical identity through theatrical and visual expression in this workshop led by Cameron Anderson, assistant professor of design (THA). Open to female students only, and space is limited. Dress to move, and bring something to write on. RSVP to camerona@brandeis.edu

 

CAREER TALK WITH FILMMAKER MORGAN NICHOLS '94
Time 2 - 3 p.m.
Location Ridgewood Common
Description

Find yourself in the movie you make with your friends. Director Morgan Nichols '94 (“How to Make Movies at Home, screening Thursday, April 24) will discuss “low-film,” a form of director-less, no-budget, improvised cinema that he and his collaborators have developed parallel to their feature film work. Sponsored by the Hiatt Career Center.

 

SQUIRREL STOLE MY UNDERPANTS
Time 3 p.m.
Location Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
Description Find yourself inside a child’s dream. Acclaimed performer-creator Bonnie Duncan spins this whimsical story through dance and puppetry. Sylvie finds herself sent out to the backyard to hang up the laundry, but the moment her back is turned, a mischievous squirrel steals her favorite piece of clothing. Will our lonely heroine find her underpants and the magic within herself?  “Breathtakingly simple and delightfully crafty” -- The Boston Globe.

 

TCFI's 7TH ANNUAL CARNIVAL
Time 4:30 p.m.
Location Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
Description Join Too Cheap For Instruments, Brandeis' folk/folk-pop a cappella group with a sense of humor, for their 7th annual concert and carnival. There will be cookie decorating, games, bubbles, face painting, temporary tattoos, hair wrapping, arts and crafts, food for sale and much more! Most booths are one ticket, which costs 25 cents, and tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance by emailing tcfi@brandeis.edu.

AN EVENING WITH LIVINGSTON TAYLOR
Time 8 p.m.
Location Slosberg Music Center
Description Delight to the music of singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor, who has wowed audiences for decades with a diverse repertoire of folk, pop, gospel, Broadway and jazz.
Admission

Admission is free but ticketed. Limit four tickets per person. Visit Brandeis Tickets in the Shapiro Campus Center or call 781-736-3400 (no online orders).

UPDATE: All tickets have been claimed. Please come to Slosberg Music Center after 7:30 p.m. on the evening of the concert to be added to a waiting list.

 

TWELFTH NIGHT OR WHAT YOU WILL
Time 5:30 p.m. (Also Saturday at 5:30 p.m.)
Location Outside the Rose Art Museum (Foster Wing)
Description

Shakespeare's topsy-turvy comedy of separated twins, shipwrecks, unrequited love, gender confusion and mistaken identity is boldly reimagined and retold in this student-devised production. Created by Zoe Golub-Sass '16, Justy Kosek '14 and Caley Chase '16. 

 

BORIS' KITCHEN
Time 8 p.m. (Also Saturday at 8 p.m.)
Location Shapiro Campus Center Theater
Description Brandeis’ sketch comedy troupe serves hilarious, student-written send-ups of campus life, pop culture and the news. But if you can’t stand the heat...
Admission $5; $3 for the Brandeis community, available at Brandeis Tickets. (Recommended for ages 16 and up.)