By Elizabeth Smislova The current Mimes and Mummers’ musical “Chess” opens with the song “The Story of Chess” that implies…
“The Humans” is a play centered around family, with all its ups and downs (of which there are many).
“Cats” returns to Broadway with an impressive cast but the nonsensical plot remains the same.
Fordham Alumna’s a cappella musical portrays the lives of New Yorkers through a great unifying force: the Subway.
Fordham Theatre’s performance of “The Electric Baby” successfully captured the emotion of the story.
Oct. 25 marks the 55th anniversary of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the film that culminated Audrey Hepburn’s classic image.
“Waitress” features music by Sara Bareilles as a background to a story of triumph.
“Oh Hello” is a new comedy on Broadway that is only showing until the beginning of January.
Theater columnist Claire Del Sorbo won the coveted Hamilton ticket lottery in August.