Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s adjunct theater professor Kimmel has been hard at work on adapting “The Last Goodbye,” a musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet” using the music of Jeff Buckley. “The Last Goodbye” was last seen at Williamstown Theater Festival in 2010, and will open the Old Globe Theater 2013-2014 season in San Diego this fall, replacing the pre-Broadway tryout of “The Honeymooners.”
On April 22, Fordham College at Lincoln Center hosted its first musical since 1997. “Into the Woods” played its one-night engagement to an almost full house, and despite a bare-bones budget, was widely regarded as a success. Why Fordham hasn’t staged many musicals before? Dean of FCLC Rev. Robert R. Grimes announced the in-progress creation of a committee of faculties that will work on a new concentration: musical theatre.
As final exams draw near, easily distracted as the collegiate mind with summer approaching, we have all asked ourselves what to do this summer. Here’s an idea: why not write a book?
Why would a successful ballerina for the New York City Ballet (NYCB) need a Fordham undergraduate degree?
John Johnson, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’02, is one of the lucky ones; he’s got his dream job.
Bette Midler triumphantly returns to Broadway after thirty years as Hollywood’s fabulous super-agent Sue Mengers, in John Logan’s sizzling new one-character play, “I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers,” which opened on Wednesday at the Booth Theater.
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On April 3 Fordham Lincoln Center professor Tina Benko was nominated for the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Solo Show for the Women’s Project Theater’s production of “Jackie,” which ran from February 24 to March 31.
During a “Prose, Poetry and Flash Fiction” class conversation on how to make time up for her class, Professor Elizabeth Frost and her students came up with a very original idea.
The Sakura Matsuri Festival is not only the perfect way celebrate the long-awaited spring, but also a way to learn more about Japanese heritage through a wide variety of interactive events.