LONDON TRAVEL

A Weekend In James Joyce’s Dublin

Six months ago, James Joyce was a name I’d heard but knew nothing about, and “Ulysses” was nothing more than a literary reference that went over my head.

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.

The Nervous Traveler’s Guide to Survive Studying Abroad

I wanted to hear stories where they went through the same things I was going through and how they managed to make it through.

London Fringe: Front and Center

While many people are familiar with the concept of a show being “off-Broadway” or even “off-West End,” British Fringe is different.

Theater Review: “An Octoroon”

“The whole point of having this thing was to make you feel something.”

My Local Pub: The Cumberland Arms Etiquette and English Atmosphere

By CALLAN McCARTHY Contributing Writer It was my last Sunday evening in West Kensington, London before I had to fly home to New York. I texted...

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...

A Weekend in Stratford-Upon-Avon

By THOMAS ZACHAR Contributing Writer SATURDAY 9 a.m.: I woke up in a rush, ready to get to Stratford-Upon-Avon. It was Saturday, June 17. All of my...

A Weekend in Copenhagen

By MIRANDA POWERS Contributing Writer By the time I had arrived at Gatwick Airport on my way to Copenhagen I was already ready to return to...

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...