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Theater

It is no secret that Fordham Lincoln Center has seen much talent grace its stages.

Jessica DiGiovanni has enjoyed taking the time to discover and embody new characters.

What do you get when you combine a talking deer, dream sequences and a small town in Wisconsin? The answer: Fordham Lincoln Center’s final studio play of the spring semester, “The Buck.”

Since 2003, the message behind Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” has continued to garner longstanding support from a variety of groups at Fordham at Lincoln Center.

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Zach Fike Hodges, FCLC'15, performs a monologue as the Watchmen from the Fordham Theatre Program's production of the greek play "Agamemnon," which runs April 8-10, and April 16-18. The production is directed by Tea Alagic.

In a generation of temporary trends and ever-changing technology, Greek mythology has managed to remain relevant throughout the world.

In the studio production, “How To Light A Fire,” director and writer Calla Smith, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) '16, introduces audiences to three estranged sisters, Naomi, Tatum and Alicia, who unite at a campsite their family used to go to when they were kids.

Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) Theatre Program would like to introduce the eccentric Antrobus family: the married couple of 5,000 years, George and Maggie Antrobus; their two children, Gladys and Henry; and their vampire maid, Sabina.

The spotlight shines on New York City’s theaters and concert venues, where artists and performers showcase their Holiday spirit

On Monday Nov. 17, Randy Cohen held a second live radio broadcast of “Person, Place, Thing” in Fordham College at Lincoln Center’s (FCLC) Pope Auditorium.