Theater

Lack of Asian-American Visibility in Theatre

By LINDSAY JORGENSEN Asst. Arts & Culture EditorWhat does it mean to be American? This question was what Matthew Maguire, director of the Theatre Program...

PITS: A Fresh Take on a Classic Story

By ETHAN SHEA Staff WriterEverybody fondly remembers the Disney adaptation of Louis Sachar’s novel “Holes.” That being said, the Off-Broadway tribute to the movie deserves...

Fordham Alumna Presents Life “Through The Curves”

By ANA FOTA Arts Editor EmeritaWhen the play she had been working on throughout the summer fell through, Fordham alumna Jane Tuv, Fordham College...
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“Eternal Ramnation” Returns to McNally Amphitheater

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-Chief“For the love of God, someone teach him,” Danny Holmberg, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ‘18, yelled from his perch at...

Broadway Springs to Life in 2018

By KEVIN CHRISTOPHER ROBLES Staff WriterNew shows on Broadway are always something to pay attention to, but the upcoming spring season holds a particularly large...

Enelow Talks Winning Dramatic Criticism Award and Opening Play Off-Boardway

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor in ChiefAlthough she is on leave this semester, English professor Shonni Enelow has done everything but slow down. As the...

“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...