As the curtain closes on many beloved Broadway shows and the Hamilton buzz finally begins to subside, theatergoers anxiously await the start of the 2016–17 season.
The New York Public Library’s (NYPL) newest exhibit is capitalizing on the city’s obsession with Broadway’s biggest character—Alexander Hamilton.
If you’re anything like me, going to see plays, musicals, exhibits and galleries is your favorite past-time.
An underpaid, well-educated executive assistant drowns in student debt while her multibillionaire of a boss drops $8,900 to settle an argument about peppers.
First published in 2012, the 480-page novel has spiked in popularity in recent months due to the impending release of an adapted major motion picture.
The Observer’s Arts & Culture staff has compiled a list of their Tony nomination reactions, while discussing the standout performances from the 2015–2016 season.
Every year the Fordham Creative Writing department honors a handful of students from both the Lincoln Center and Rose Hill campuses who have shown impressive writing ability and have produced outstanding literary works.
Fordham’s neighbor is hosting its own musical soiree, “Songs of Hope: Broadway Goes to Church” for one night only, just in time for a relaxing break before finals.
A loud noise and flashing lights scare the audience straight into their seats. The room goes dark and quiet, building suspense.
Fordham's Got Talent! allowed several FCLC students to showcase their talents and compete for monetary prizes at the April 14 event.