On April 16, Peter Marks, the Washington Post’s main theatre critic, engaged in a dynamic talk-back with Fordham students in Franny’s Space.
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For people who enjoy creativity in the form of essays, comics and illustrations a festival dedicated to magazines approaches the neighborhoods. The second annual Brooklyn Zine Fest (pronounced Zeen) returns to Public Assembly on Sunday, April 21 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This event breeds a feted atmosphere and showcases self-published magazines of featured writers and artists at a price range between $1-$10.
Despite the intensity of the theatre program, FCLC also offers non-theatre majors a change to grace the stage. An organization called the Splinter group is helping FCLC present a production of the Steven Sondheim musical Into the Woods featuring non-theatre major actors, opening on April 22.
For those of you who need to be reminded of what warm weather and sunshine feels like, a bit of salvation in the form of film and photography will be making its way to Soho on Saturday night.
The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards will take place in the Barclays Center on August 25 marking the 30th anniversary of the show. It will also be the first major annual awards show to take place in the borough of Brooklyn, MTV announced last week.
Beginning March 21 and continuing through May 21, 28 senior students will exhibit their work in both of the Lincoln Center campus' major galleries.
Kelly Oxford, Twitter phenom from Canada, promoted the release of her first book, "Everything is Perfect When You're a Liar," at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe on April 1.
Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) Theatre Program will be putting on a unique rendition of Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure."
“The Vagina Monologues,” an Eve Ensler play organized and produced by Fordham students in order to raise awareness of violence against women, has received funding from academic departments this year that have not financially supported the play in previous years.
If you are looking for a contemporary and dreamy exhibition, the “Gutai: Splendid Playground,” currently showing at the Guggenheim through May 8 offers the viewer a visually dazzling artistic display of Asian art.