Aspiring playwrights at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) are given an opportunity that most artists only dream of...
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On Wednesday Nov 6, Fordham University students gathered to partake in an evening of poetry, prose, song and standup at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
Fordham Theatre presents, “Not All Thieves Come to Harm You:” a comedic drama written by Dario Fo. The play, along with the rest of the fall season’s main stage plays, reflects the theme, “A Season of Facing Demons.” The play shows the struggle of facing one’s fears.
Oct. 31 marks the opening of “The Fork,” an original work by playwright, Morgan Richardson, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ‘14.
On Thursday, Oct. 31, Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) will host a sustained dialogue about “Orange is the New Black,” one of Netflix’s new series, in McMahon Hall. “Orange is the New Black” is a dramedy that follows the incarceration of wealthy New York yuppie, Piper Chapman, played by Taylor Schilling, FCLC ’06. The cast of characters is mostly female and racially diverse, and Chapman’s preferential treatment arouses questions of class preference and her observations reveal corruption amongst the prison authority.
Say goodbye to the world’s ‘graffiti Mecca’: 5 Pointz.
On Nov. 12, Jennifer Ashley Tepper’s new book, “The Untold Stories of Broadway: Volume I” will hit bookshelves across the country. Her debut nonfiction book will document stories and experiences about important moments on the stage, as told through the eyes of actors, stagehands, composers, dressers, company managers, designers, ushers and even doormen.
Beginning Oct. 22, 30 years since her last visit to New York, Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl With The Pearl Earring” is back in town, and is residing a few blocks from Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
Shows like ABC’s “Modern Family,” FOX’s “Glee” or NBC’s “The New Normal” have been lauded for their introduction of gay characters, and 2012 was a red-letter year for LGBTQ characters. Yet on TV screens, the portrayal and prevalence of LGBTQ characters is decidedly polemic.
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) launched “Museum Mornings” on Sunday, Oct. 27.