The Martha Graham Dance Company performed at the Joyce Theater from Feb. 14-26, showcasing three different programs corresponding to the theme of “Sacred/ Profane.”
When looking at Andrew Wyeth’s most famous painting “Christina’s World,” many questions come to mind.
Another great year for cinema has come and gone, and with it came the Oscars—a glamorous night honoring the Academy’s favorite films that excites both actors and cinephiles alike.
There is a long history of women protesting and advocating for their rights; from Seneca Falls to the Women’s March on Washington, the fight has raged on and inspired generations around the world.
Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) is currently in the process of performing the play “Luck of the Irish,” written by Kirsten Greenidge as part of this year’s Mainstage series.
Imagine waking up in high school and knowing that it would be the last day of your life.
To celebrate women’s history month, The Observer is taking a look at all of the recent accomplishments of women on Broadway and how they are transcending traditional theater.
The theatre department at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) will present two mainstage productions and six studio performances this semester.
The past six months have seen a radical change in the way that stories about black people, particularly in film, are being told and how they are being received by the broader public and awards shows.
One perk of living in New York City is the unique social experiences, like getting free tickets to tapings of renowned late-night shows.