Theater

Review: The Heartrending Rapture of Ars Nova’s “The Lucky Ones”

By Michael Appler Staff Writer“The Lucky Ones” is a show like springtime, like finding a fresh plot of dirt and digging your hands deep into...

Review: “Mean Girls” Opens on Broadway for a New Age and New Generation

By Michael Appler Staff WriterHad there been any doubt that the comedic genius of Tina Fey could not seamlessly carry to the Broadway stage,...

Travers Takes on Off-Broadway

By ANGELIKA MENENDEZ Social Media EditorThe classroom was bubbling with excitement as Mrs. Slagel, the third grade teacher of Johnny Travers, Fordham College at Lincoln Center...

Carousel in a #MeToo Moment

By Michael Appler Staff WriterJessie Mueller is a vocal chameleon. For her 2014 transformation into Carole King in the award-winning broadway musical, “Beautiful: The...

A Fordham Professor’s Odyssey of Empowerment

by GILLIAN RUSSO Contributing WriterSelf-proclaimed as “artist-driven and radically inclusive,” the Public Theater has long been known for its unique array of performance pieces that...

Fordham/Ailey Alum Says “Hello, Dolly!”

By CAT REYNOLDS Contributing WriterThe joyful, iconic number “Put On Your Sunday Clothes” ignites a tangible energy that hums across the audience of the 2017...

More Than Make Believe: Cosplay at BroadwayCon 2018

By JULIANNE HOLMQUIST Contributing Writer“Coat check is right this way, Veronica!”Veronica? I was taken aback until I removed my heavy coat and looked down at...

“The Monologues:” A Space for All Vaginas, Any Vaginas, and Not Just Vaginas

By ALEJANDRA GARCIA Staff WriterEve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” is a play composed of various monologues revolving around themes ranging from menstruation to new sexual...
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Televangelist Jan Crouch Lives on Through Billy Recce’s New Musical, “The Charlatans”

By MORGAN STEWARD Editor-in-ChiefBilly Recce, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’19, sat one row ahead of me in the Kehoe theater, with his laptop...

In The Theater District, Ferguson Misremembered

By MICHAEL APPLER Staff WriterWhen the dark of night comes and the people take to the streets, the blackness beneath the clouds saturates with certain...