"Bridge of Spies" tells the story of one of the greatest spy swaps in American history, which was made possible by renowned lawyer, James B. Donovan (FCRH '37).

Drew Jones is directing "Master Harold and The Boys," a play set during the 1950s apartheid in South Africa.

A review on Arthur Miller's play is about Italian-Americans getting involved with Sicilian immigrants who set out to live the American dream in 1950s Brooklyn, but love drama gets in the mix.

If kids growing up have trouble finding people on stage that look like them, they won’t believe they have even the slightest chance of making it on Broadway.

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" offers a unique experience for its audience members to participate by dancing and yelling with the live cast. This musical horror comedy continues to thrive thanks to its cult following.

Read about th the hassles, falls and excitement that go into attending a live taping of "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah."

After FCLC's first mainstage production of the season, a talkback was given to discuss "Force Continuum"'s approach to relationships among police officers and between their communities.

Dennis Golin, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ‘13 appeared for the third time on the infamous quiz show, Jeopardy!

Michael Kimmel, a theatre professor and alumnus at FCLC, wrote the musical "Songbird." The show premiered Oct. 20 and is running until Nov. 29.

James Marios Ellinas' short film, "Sleep" was nominated for Best Short Film at the London Greek Film Festival.