One of the aspects of life in New York that people who don’t live in New York get the most excited about is celebrity sightings. When people find out where I live some of the first questions I get asked are: “Don’t you just love Times Square?”, “How do you sleep with all that noise?”, “Do you go to Broadway shows all the time?” and “Have you seen any celebrities?”
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From Nov. 4 through Feb. 1, two prominent New York City art museums, the Frick Collection and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will contemporaneously showcase the artwork by the renowned Spanish artist of the 17th century: El Greco.
From Oct. 27-29, “Pilot’s Wings” will be performed in the Veronica Lally Kehoe Studio Theatre at FCLC.
People in the hall between McMahon and Lowenstein are staring and whispering. So juvenile.
On Oct. 13 in Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC)’s Pope Auditorium, two North Carolina-based folk players strummed their guitars as the radio show starring host of “Person, Place, Thing,” Randy Cohen, took the stage. Cohen was joined by featured guest, Ben Brantley, the chief theater critic of the New York Times.
From Oct. 16-18 in the White Box Theatre, Fordham’s Theatre Program will kick off the studio season of the year with the Oscar-winning director and screenwriter John Patrick Shanley’s “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.”
When a veteran returns home, can he or she go back to where they left it? From Oct. 9-17, audiences will find out, when watching the Woodward and Newman Drama award winning play, “Ugly Lies The Bone,” at Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) Pope Auditorium.
At Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), Edward Arcabascio, FCLC ‘15, appears to be a typical, hardworking student. But at home in Staten Island, he mixes beats and synthesizes on his Mac and audio interfaces.
Being in spaces like these, I feel undeniably good. They should honestly be called “good vibes spaces.”
With an upcoming television appearance and several book releases, Fordham Chair of Communication and Media Studies Jacqueline Reich’s involvement in film academia is quite obvious.