Arts/Culture

Just off a tour of 25 cities in the United States as well as Italy and France, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s junior company, Ailey II, gave the audience a taste of the season they have in store for this March.

Fordham’s Creative Writing department (in conjunction with the Fordham-based literary magazine, CURA) sponsored a prose reading and Q&A with Carl Hancock Rux.

BØRNS was very engaging with the crowd through the event, speaking both about the songs he was about to perform and the audience.

“When you look in the mirror every day, do you see the person you always wanted to be or do you see someone else?”

In 2006, Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater created a Broadway musical that challenged all previous notions of what it meant to be on Broadway.

During the weekend of Jan. 22-24, the first ever convention for Broadway fans was held at the Hilton in midtown Manhattan.

By RACHEL JARVIS  Arts & Culture Editor On Jan. 26, 2016, Ariella Mastroianni (FCLC ’13) made her Off-Broadway debut as Rebecca in “Sixty Days,” written and directed by...

What should Fordham Lincoln Center expect out of Garrett Borns, better known by his stage name BØRNS, on Jan. 29?

Darren Star, creator of "Sex and the City," "Beverly Hills, 90210," and the latest "Younger" on TV Land, came to Fordham Law School on Dec. 2 to discuss his work and the ever-changing entertainment industry with Fordham's Artist-in-Residence, James Jennewein, and students.

FCLC sponsors discussion and screening of film on Mexican American architectural photographer Pedro E. Guerrero.