Arts/Culture

Behind the Jellicle Ball: An Interview with Christopher Gurr

By CAT REYNOLDS Contributing Writer I am waiting outside the Neil Simon Theatre for Sunday’s matinee performance of “Cats” to end. As the doors open, hundreds...

A Conversation with Paul Taylor-Mills

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief At only 29-years-old, Paul Taylor-Mills is living out every theater fan’s dream in London. Just 12 short months ago, Taylor-Mills was...

Violent Delights, Violent Ends: “Romeo and Juliet” at The Globe

From casual and contemporary costuming to surprising incorporations of music, each element leaves you wondering what will happen next—even though, to some degree, you already know. It IS Shakespeare, after all.

A Radical Playwright Makes His Way to Broadway

By THOMAS ZACHAR Contributing Writer Once upon a time, a 13-year-old boy named Branden Jacobs-Jenkins went to see a production of “Waiting for Godot” at the...

Sitting Down with a Broadway Brit

By THOMAS ZACHAR Contributing Writer Not a minute had passed sitting with theatre critic Matt Wolf before he, the group of Fordham students and I laughed...

Life, Love and London with Joe Aaron Reid of “Dreamgirls”

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief The stage of the Savoy Theater is dark and silent, worlds different from how it was a mere 15 minutes before...

Wonder Woman: The First DC Movie to do the Work

By FRANCO GIACOMARRA Contributing Writer Alas, DC Comics fans can finally rejoice. The first successful entry in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) has arrived. “Wonder Woman”...

The Inspirational Force of “Tickling Giants”

By STEPHAN KOZUB News Editor Inspired by Jon Stewart and The Daily Show, Dr. Bassem Youssef set up a camera and table in his laundry room....

Royal Shakespeare Company’s Salomé Review – Sex, Death, Rock ‘n’ Roll

By THOMAS ZACHAR Contributing Writer As red lights and guitar chords exploded over the stage, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)’s “Salomé” made me forget the Shakespearean...

The Captivating Story Behind “Bebette”

By MARYANNA ANTOLDI Arts & Culture Editor It takes a certain amount of courage to write a novel inspired by true events. In fact, it is...