Sunday, April 25
2 - 3:30 pm and 8-9:30 pm, online
Kick off the Festival of the Creative Arts with a spectacular gathering of Brandeis talent. More than 50 performances by Department of Music ensembles and guest artists, a cappella and dance clubs, and multimedia artists. Don't miss the special tribute to Susan Dibble (Theater Arts). The show concludes with Brandeis Student Music Through the Years, produced by WBRS: Student Music.
Join the watch party and cheer on your fellow Brandeisians in the YouTube comments! We'll be providing watch party snack packs at the Brandeis Booths the week before the event. Keep an eye out for announcements on Instagram and Facebook.
After the 2 pm and 8 pm watch parties, the video will be available on YouTube through May 1.
Video on demand: register to watch anytime on Sunday, April 25.
Click here to reserve tickets. Free for students. Suggested donation: Brandeis community/55+: $10; general public: $15; family viewing: $25. Tickets are available until showtime.
In a future world racked by violence and environmental catastrophe, George Orr wakes up one day to discover that his dreams can alter reality. He seeks help from Dr. William Haber, a dream psychologist who immediately grasps George's potential power. Soon George must preserve reality itself, as Dr. Haber warms to the task of manipulating George’s dreams to transform the world. Presented by the Department of Theater Arts. (Also screens April 22-24.)
Written by Ursula K. Le Guin and adapted by Natsu Onoda Power
Directed by Isaiah Matthew Wooden (THA) with production design by Cameron Anderson (THA)
Featuring Peirce Robinson '21, Anderson Stinson III '21, Tamara Tarwoe '21, Jaramie Cataldo '24, Sophie Lee '21 and Abigail Roberts '24.
4:30-5:30 pm, outside Shapiro Campus Center
Members of Brandeis Ballet Club and Chak De, Brandeis' Bollywood fusion dance team, give a joint performance on the Shapiro Campus Center terrace. Open only to members of the Brandeis community with a green Covid passport.
8 pm, online
This concert is part of the 12th annual Brandeis Folk Fest, produced by the student-run Too Cheap For Instruments (TCFI) and featuring online concerts by musicians from all over New England and a special set by TCFI’s own singer-songwriter members. There's a new artist every night, so check the daily schedule!