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.
The first episode of “Rachel Unraveled,” the new musical satire web series created by Austin Spero, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ‘19 and Rachel Ravel, FCLC ‘19, is now available to watch
Peter Gil-Sheridan, FCLC '98, pursued his passion with determination and practice and found success in the process. His play "Cockfight" is part of the Theatre Program's Mainstage Season, Fall 2016.
One of New York City’s many cultural landmarks, The Joyce Theater was founded in 1982 and since that time has hosted premier dance companies of the world. See what the theater has in store for the Fall/Winter 2016 season.
It is often said that art imitates life. Fordham Lincoln Center’s musical theatre club, the Splinter Group, will be doing just that through their new musical, “Eternal Ramnation.”
Everyone knows about Broadway, but even the most famous shows had to start somewhere else.
It is no surprise that a college campus only a few feet away from Manhattan’s Theatre district would have its own musical theatre club.
The Rose Hill club makes musical theatre part of your college career. Auditions are open to undergraduate students from either campus.