Theater

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 Writer Once 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 Writer Not a minute had passed sitting with theatre critic Matt Wolf before he, the group of Fordham students and I laughed...

Life, Love and London with Joe Aaron Reid of “Dreamgirls”

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief The stage of the Savoy Theater is dark and silent, worlds different from how it was a mere 15 minutes before...

Royal Shakespeare Company’s Salomé Review – Sex, Death, Rock ‘n’ Roll

By THOMAS ZACHAR Contributing Writer As red lights and guitar chords exploded over the stage, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)’s “Salomé” made me forget the Shakespearean...

Morgan, London and the Great Tony Debacle of 2017

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief When I was given the opportunity to take a London travel writing course with a strong emphasis on theater, I didn’t hesitate....

Broadway Shines at Stars in the Alley

By LINDSAY JORGENSEN Asst. Arts & Culture Editor To celebrate the end of the 2016-2017 Broadway season, the annual Stars in the Alley concert was held...

Billy Recce to Premiere Solo Cabaret Show at Famed 54 Below

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief Finals Week: the time where most Fordham Lincoln Center (FLC) students can either be found in the library with their noses...

Brandon J. Ellis’ Life in the Theater

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief Between laughter and bites of food before a Friday evening performance, Brandon J. Ellis, star of the Tony-nominated new musical "Bandstand," and I...

Fordham Celebrates Heritage with “The Winter’s Tale”

Courtney Brogle Staff Writer On Saturday, April 22, the Fordham Lincoln Center Theatre Program closed its final presentation of William Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale.” Under the...