It is finally spring, and with the season typically comes warmer weather, blooming flowers and a brand new batch of Broadway shows.
Maya Banitt, Fordham College of Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’19, is currently completing a degree in Theatre Arts Administration. If this major sounds unfamiliar, that’s because it should—Banitt designed it herself.
Artist-in-Residence of the Fordham Modern Language and Literature Department Hélène Godec recently starred in a local production of Jean Genet’s “Les Bonnes” (The Maids).
As Black History Month passes by, it is important to take note of the outstanding accomplishments made by black individuals within society.
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.
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.
One perk of living in New York City is the unique social experiences, like getting free tickets to tapings of renowned late-night shows.
It isn't every day that you take part in the recording of an Original Cast Album for a Broadway show.
For many Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) students, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (NYPL) offers a change of scenery when they get a little tired of studying in Quinn Library.