Celebrating Moody’s art and legacy

Members of the Brandeis community attended a gallery reception on March 8 to celebrate the work of Robert Moody, the Blanche, Barbara and Irving Laurie Chair in Theater Arts. They also used the occasion to thank Moody, who is retiring this spring, for his 40 years of contributions to Brandeis, the theater arts program and its students and faculty.

In addition to being recognized for his skills as a teacher, Moody is a nationally acclaimed scenic artist. Drawings, paintings and scenic artwork from his 50 year career in theatre, television, and opera are being showcased in “Work, Now and Then: Bob Moody Retrospective.” The exhibit will be in the Dreitzer Gallery in the Spingold Theater Center through March 22.

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