A group of free performances open to the Brandeis community and the public. Check back to see new events added throughout the year!
Freedom of Speech: Lessons From Lenny Bruce
Devised by Sam Weisman with Brandeis University students
Script by Amanda Faye Martin
Stage Managed by Laura Katz
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Schwartz Auditorium, Schwartz Hall
In this politically charged time, a comedy club becomes the last bastion for freedom of speech as six college students navigate the inherent boundaries of inclusivity. Comedian Corey Rodrigues headlines a shockingly funny and provocative play inspired by the works of Lenny Bruce.
Featuring Brandeis Students:
As well as Comedian Corey Rodrigues!
All performances are Free.
Limited seating, for reservations call: 978-281-4099
Produced by the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts
This program is funded in part by Mass Humanities, which receives support from the Massachusetts Humanities Cultural Council and is an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
11/1: Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge
11/3: Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown
11/6: Gloucester Stage Company, Gloucester
11/7: The Rockwell, Davis Square/Somerville
Tuesday, December 6 at 7 p.m.
Laurie Theater, Spingold Theater Center
"It's De-lightful, it's De-licious and De-lovely" - An invitation to the final Singing Party for our undergraduate students. Under the watchful care and skill of singing professor and soprano Nancy Armstrong, students perform a wide range of music and songs in an informal cabaret-style party. The event is exhilarating and guaranteed to delight you!