Anthony Perasso is closing out his college career with an epic magnum opus: ‘The Book of Carney,’ the musical story of the nun who “founded” BC.
Few can tout a list of achievements as long as writer, journalist, and urban activist Jane Jacobs. With ties to Boston and Boston College, her work adopts an even more meaningful character.
From Barack’s Boys, to Amber Alerts, Asinine does not pull punches as it tackles a slew of subjects to elicit laughs and levity.
Though many peoples share a culture and heritage, no two people hold the same experiences. The ‘Untold Stories’ exhibit documents this idea in the Asian American and Pacific Islander students on campus.
Some people may never achieve the happiness they strive for, but walking hand in hand commiserating may help make a day just a little brighter, as in the Bonn performance of ‘Gruesome Playground Injuries.’
The University Wind Ensemble presented an evening of internationally-inspired music with an abundance of energy and immense talent.
As it delves into the intricacies and problems of 1980’s America, ‘This is Our Youth’ captures the universal problems of youth in all ages.
Full of passion, energy, and palpable sounds, BC Symphony Orchestra’s Tchaikovsky performance gave listeners a test of the best of old talents through the hands of youthful masters.
Comedy group My Mother’s Fleabag entertained audiences with their random and witty improvised performance, and reflected on the common situations of BC students at large.
Full Swing integrates its swing stylings into modern tales and wistful reimaginings to create a wholly engrossing show in ‘Lindy Hop ’til You Drop.’