Theater

“Magnolia” Blossoms on the Fordham Stage

By KEVIN CHRISTOPHER ROBLES Contributing WriterThe characters of the latest play to grace the stage of Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), Regina Taylor’s “Magnolia,”...

Regina Taylor Chats “Magnolia,” Fordham and Denzel Washington

BY MORGAN STEWARD Editor in ChiefOn a busy Monday afternoon, Regina Taylor met me at the Ildiko Butler gallery. The location was a strategic choice—it...

Off-Broadway Shows Steal the Spotlight

By Angelika Menendez Social Media EditorBright lights and giant advertisements may not appear all over New York for these shows, making off-broadway seem less lavish,...

“As You Like It” Gets a Musical Twist at Classic Stage Company

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-ChiefHumor, word play, forbidden love, betrayal and mistaken identities—Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” contains it all. Now, Classic Stage Company (CSC) is...

An Ambitious Summer With Stove’s Cabin Crew

By KEVIN CHRISTOPHER ROBLES Contributing WriterWhen Chandler Dean, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’18, was in elementary school, he fell in love with “The...

Behind the Jellicle Ball: An Interview with Christopher Gurr

By CAT REYNOLDS Contributing WriterI am waiting outside the Neil Simon Theatre for Sunday’s matinee performance of “Cats” to end. As the doors open, hundreds...

A Conversation with Paul Taylor-Mills

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-ChiefAt only 29-years-old, Paul Taylor-Mills is living out every theater fan’s dream in London. Just 12 short months ago, Taylor-Mills was...

Violent Delights, Violent Ends: “Romeo and Juliet” at The Globe

From casual and contemporary costuming to surprising incorporations of music, each element leaves you wondering what will happen next—even though, to some degree, you already know. It IS Shakespeare, after all.

A Radical Playwright Makes His Way to Broadway

By THOMAS ZACHAR Contributing WriterOnce upon a time, a 13-year-old boy named Branden Jacobs-Jenkins went to see a production of “Waiting for Godot” at the...

Sitting Down with a Broadway Brit

By THOMAS ZACHAR Contributing WriterNot a minute had passed sitting with theatre critic Matt Wolf before he, the group of Fordham students and I laughed...