© 2017 by Gabi Nail. 

Much like the majestic chinchilla, Karina is very cute, often sleeps for large portions of the day, and enjoys snacks. She hails from the faraway land of Lexington, Massachusetts, where, as a child, she discovered her love of hummus, memes, and thinking about systemic oppression - interests which are well suited to the hallowed halls of Brandeis University. When she isn't cultivating true art with Company B, Karina can be found buying other people's discarded clothes or putting avocado on things.

Jokes. Ice cream tattoo. Davie Bowie (Ch-ch-ch-changes).  CARDIGANS. These are just a few of the things that come to mind when considering the majesty that is Miss Julia Brown. She's a tough cookie from Baltimore going into her third year at Brandeis and with a deep passion for cheese. If you wish, you can find her on a daily basis in any of her natural habitats: testing her willpower on the Topshop website, asking people if they have any ice cream on them, or perhaps practicing Kristin Wiig SNL impersonations while crafting a truly remarkable contemporary dance in the corner of our rehearsal room.

Gabi Nail is a fearless redheaded force of beauty. Like a nail, she impales you with her talent. In her free time Gabi enjoys being in nature and acting like other people. You will always find Gabi in block heels and wearing earth tones. Gabi hails from LA and will always be too cool for us.

Yael Jaffe, business manager, '18

Yael Jaffe is a true Renaissance Woman. She has revolutionized what it means to be a multitasker. She can be known for her 3 Grammys for her rap album, “Broadway but Faster," and for her Tony award winning performance in “Baddass Women." After starting 12 Jewish feminist organizations, Yael announced she will take some time off to dedicate entirely to her beloved cat. Though saddened at the news, her fans don’t quite believe that she will be out of the spotlight for too long. 

Alyssa Berkson, co-music director, '19

Alyssa Berkson, linguist extraordinaire, fights tooth and vocal chord every day for diction, syllables, and the American way. In her superhero costume boasting every shade of blue on the spectrum of visible light, she saves the day with her dictionary of IPA. She always knows the right thing to say, mostly HEY GIRL HEYYY. But really, jokes aside, Alyssa Berkson is bae.

Amy Clark, co-music director, '19

Amy Clark, who hails from the mystical land of New Hampshire, was once working her summer job at her favorite amusement park, when a roller coaster went a awry! The incredible force sent her flying into space! She floated through space for a while, and when she was about to give up hope, she found an inhabited planet. With her amazing charisma, she took over the planet, renamed it Amytopia, and required all inhabitants to wear leather jackets and flannels simultaneously at all times. Beanies and ripped jeans were also encouraged. After a while, Amy realized she missed music, so she found her way back to Earth, where she now resides, to sing in Company B and play violin.

Halley Geringer, co-publicist, '19

Halley Geringer is a homunculus ballerina from New York, who lives at the intersection of class and sass. You wouldn’t know it from literally everything else about her (so much pink), but her potty-mouth is a force to be reckoned with. Legend has it she won her famed Single Dimple after claiming victory in a duel against the Grey Beanie Bandit. One time, she punched me in the face. It was the bes(d)t.

Julia Brown, '19
Isaac Graber, co-publicist, '19

Funny hats. Weird Pants. Patterns. Southern twang. These are some words that describe Isaac. Isaac has been described as “undoubtedly” the most spunky and quirky member of Company B. Best reviews include: “His solo is funny” -Dan Rozel, “He’s from Memphis” -Gabi Nail, “He is the essence of Brandeis University”- Ron Liebowitz.

Leah Sherin, co-choreographer, '19

On a cold, windy Chicago night in 1997, Leah Sherin graced the world with her existence. Little did everyone know, Leah would go on to be an internationally renowned camp counselor; discussions of her snack time techniques and campfire skills still reverberate off classroom walls in universities today. Leah has since stepped into a new position of influence and has begun the movement to revolutionize Company B warmup routines. Otherwise, Leah's hobbies include wearing socks, not speaking Portuguese, and brightening days with spontaneous displays of enthusiasm for life. 

Nick Gassoway, '20

Nicholas ‘Nicodemus’ Gassoway was venerated as a saint after performing two miracles on the first day of his intro EMT class. First he mended a boy’s broken leg with his smile, and later slayed a dragon in order to rescue an adorable penguin family. Nicodemus faces adversity with a sunny disposition and a wicked body roll. When Nicodemus is not saving lives, he studies biology.

Karina Wen, '20
On Hiatus:
Abe Palmer, '19
Nia Duncan '20

Isabella Stahler Stork is a lively woodland sprite of the redhead variety. Hailing from the mystical lands of Atlantis, she is widely known to spontaneously combust of cuteness overload at the sight of dogs. Her talents include spreading happiness, being presidential, and matching her eyeliner to her hair. She is enthusiastic about avocados and prefers to go by her full title, "Duchess of the Red Hair, Izzy."

Izzy Stork, co-president, '18

Who are we?

Gabi Nail, co-president and co-choreographer, '18
Rachel Steinberg, '19
Nate Rowe, '21
Noah Schulze, '21
Brett Kallman, '21

Noah Schulze has a deep love for snowy, breeze-chilled winters in his home state of Massachusetts. He's been playing soccer as long as he can remember—and he's pretty darn good. He's got a soft side too: he loves cute animals of all kinds (despite his allergies). He also loves all kinds of food—especially the free kind.

Hailing from the great frontier that is California, Tary Brett Kallman is a real life, government-certified “tall person”. In his free time, he enjoys to eat large amounts of strawberries and spend time with his one true love: his bed. To quote this legend himself, “I have a love-hate relationship with my bed; love getting in it, hate leaving it”. On a normal day, he can be found wearing any of the boardshorts in his extensive collection. He loves participating in fake court trials for competition and fun.

Nate can be found frollicking in the fields. He loves to slap-a-the-base and sing songs. Meet Nate!

Rachel is a natural at Wii Tennis, loves Phish, and can't wait for New Years. Meet Rachel!

Much like the majestic chinchilla, Karina is very cute, often sleeps for large portions of the day, and enjoys snacks. She hails from the faraway land of Lexington, Massachusetts, where, as a child, she discovered her love of hummus, memes, and thinking about systemic oppression - interests which are well suited to the hallowed halls of Brandeis University. When she isn't cultivating true art with Company B, Karina can be found buying other people's discarded clothes or putting avocado on things.

Noah Schulze has a deep love for snowy, breeze-chilled winters in his home state of Massachusetts. He's been playing soccer as long as he can remember—and he's pretty darn good. He's got a soft side too: he loves cute animals of all kinds (despite his allergies). He also loves all kinds of food—especially the free kind.

Much like the majestic chinchilla, Karina is very cute, often sleeps for large portions of the day, and enjoys snacks. She hails from the faraway land of Lexington, Massachusetts, where, as a child, she discovered her love of hummus, memes, and thinking about systemic oppression - interests which are well suited to the hallowed halls of Brandeis University. When she isn't cultivating true art with Company B, Karina can be found buying other people's discarded clothes or putting avocado on things.

On a cold, windy Chicago night in 1997, Leah Sherin graced the world with her existence. Little did everyone know, Leah would go on to be an internationally renowned camp counselor; discussions of her snack time techniques and campfire skills still reverberate off classroom walls in universities today. Leah has since stepped into a new position of influence and has begun the movement to revolutionize Company B warmup routines. Otherwise, Leah's hobbies include wearing socks, not speaking Portuguese, and brightening days with spontaneous displays of enthusiasm for life.