Anyone attending the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) Arts and Sciences showcase on April 10 was a witness to Fordham history; composer Charlie Martin, (FCLC) ’14, played his song “Ascent of Mountain” as part of the function.
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On Thursday, April 10, three BFA dancer students discussed the relationship between their dance and theology majors at the Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) Arts and Research Showcase, the title of their discussion being called A Conversation on Dance and Theology.
The Fordham Theatre Program annual Design and Production Showcase features the work of Fordham College at Lincoln Center theatre majors Sara Donovan, FCLC ’14 and Daniel Geggatt, FCLC’14.
On April 8, Mary Bly, professor of English at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), hosted New York Times best-selling writer Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat, Pray, Love,” in her class Publishing: Theory and Practice.
“The Labyrinth of Desire,” the last production of the Fordham Theatre Program season, opens Thursday, April 3 in the Pope Auditorium at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).
It is easy to learn about the culture of a different country in New York City, but it is by visiting the country itself, and walking the streets of a foreign city we’ve never visited before, that we get a real understanding of the culture in question.
“Heathers,” based on the 1988 cult classic film “Heathers,” which starred Winona Ryder, Christian Slater and Shannen Doherty, has a new lead for its off-Broadway run: Barrett Wilbert Weed.
Presuming that you yourself are not diabetic, at 7 years old, you only know so much about diabetes.
From Sunday, March 16 to Monday, April 14, students at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) will display and continue Pedro Reyes’ ongoing project “Palas por Pistolas” in the Ildiko Butler Gallery.
Barry made his Broadway debut in “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” in November 2013, where he joined two of his former college roommates in the industry: producer John Johnson, FCLC ’02 and projection designer Aaron Rhyne, FCLC ’02.