Stephan Wolfert delivered a virtual lecture Wednesday night to discuss his play ‘Cry Havoc,’ which uses the words of Shakespeare to tell a story about PTSD.
Five BC musical acts performed on the O’Neill Plaza lawn Saturday afternoon for the Music Guild and CAB’s Fall Showcase.
Executive director of Dialogues on Diversity theatre company Ron Jones, performed ‘Hellfighter,’ a play that explores systemic racism through storytelling.
Costa-Gavras’s controversial film ‘Amen’ was explored and analyzed by Professor John Michalczyk in a recent lecture.
Bridgett Davis discusses her mother’s enduring legacy in her talk with BC professor Angela Ards.
Acclaimed Irish writer Éilís Ní Dhuibhne sits down with BC Professor James Smith to discuss the inspirations and innovations of her latest collection of short stories.
‘Sweat’ honestly examines modern-day injustices and is deeply affecting, even in its virtual format.
Student artists Van Xu and Kaitong Hu, both CSOM ’21, capture the pandemic’s impact through their collaborative photography exhibit ‘Sheng.’
During his presentation for the ‘Currents’ lecture series, artist Gabriel Sosa discussed how he explores language and memory in his work.