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(Courtesy of Facebook) The Percy Jackson Musical is a fun play for young kids.

Percy Jackson Musical Outgrows Itself

January 12, 2020

To say I was excited to see "The Lightening Thief: The Percy Jackson the Musical," which débuted at the Longacre Theater this summer, would be an understatement. Like many my age, I grew up with the books,...

(Courtesy of Facebook) Slave Play explores the nuances of race and sex.

“Slave Play” Challenges Viewers

January 12, 2020

“Slave Play,” written by Jeremy O’Harris, is painful, honest and raw. After spending about a year at the New York Theater Work Shop downtown, the play came to Broadway in October. It has proved to be...

“All Shook Up” Will Kick Off Mimes and Mummers’ Season

October 9, 2019

In a time and place where the inevitable reality is unavoidable and all the human brain wants is an escape from it all, it’s important to find the luxuries in whatever form they come in, and they are...

Billie Eilish’s first studio album, “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO” dropped on March 29 of this year. (Courtesy of Facebook)

The Best of Last Semester: Music, Movies and Moments

September 4, 2019

Want to know what caught the Ram’s eye in the culture section last semester? Amongst all the happenings of spring 2019, a few stand out. Here’s the best of what our writers thought of spring’s music...

The Broadway Bodies Class is Following Instructor Justina Ercole as she leads them in warm up exercises. (Mia Tommins)

Dance to Health at Manhattan’s Broadway Bodies

February 6, 2019

At Broadway Bodies, a Manhattan dance class, attendees are invited to learn “high-energy choreography in an incredibly achievable way.”

TOP performs “The Heiress,” a 1947 play by Ruth and Augustus Goetz adapted from the Henry James’  novel, Washington Square. (Kevin Stoltenborg/The Fordham Ram)

TOP Stages Successful “The Heiress”

October 24, 2018

By Kristen Egan This past weekend, Collins Auditorium welcomed an intimate audience to the Theatrical Outreach Program’s (TOP) successful three run showing of “The Heiress.” The audience was inv...

The Mimes and Mummers’ production of “The Addams Family” was staged in Collins Auditorium from Oct. 11–14. (Courtesy of Kay Kurkierewicz)

Mimes Celebrates Spooky Season with “Addams”

October 17, 2018

By Emma Maliborski In Collins Auditorium this weekend, a stunning cast of characters welcomed audience members into the Halloween spirit with a looming haunted house set and a show packed with on-p...

From left to right: Zach Zalis, Matt Schumacher, Mary Hurstell and Hillary Bosch peform in “On the Line” at the Collins Blackbox. (Courtesy of Chris Merola)

“On the Line” Inspires Hope

October 17, 2018

By Shelby Daniel Simon Godfrey Rodriguez, GSB ’20, spent about a year creating the story and writing the script for “On the Line.” He enlisted co-creator Charlotte Utschig, FCRH ’21, to comp...

Broadway play My Fair Lady is based on author George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. (Courtesy of Facebook)

My Fair Lady Shines at Lincoln Center

September 26, 2018

By Pantho Sayed We have all taken things for granted. Some things are so common in our daily lives that we stop noticing them. It is only when they do not work or are completely gone that we realize ...

Begun in 1959, Fordham Experimental Theatre offers a diverse swath of programming, such as poetry nights and sketch comedy (Courtesy of Kevin Stoltenborg)

Lights Up on New Semester for FET

September 12, 2018

By Ryan Di Corpo  Fordham Experimental Theatre (FET) has begun its new season including poetry nights, comedy shows and a musical production, among other performance opportunities. FET, establish...

FET Stages Production of

FET Stages Production of “Rhinoceros”

April 18, 2018

By Ryan Di Corpo In his 1936 autobiography “For My Legionaries,” Romanian fascist politician Corneliu Zelea Codreanu sought to “solve the Jewish problem” through the formation of “the new ma...

Broadway show 'Lobby Hero' plays distinctive New Yorkers caught in a war of worlds. (Courtesy of Facebook)

‘Lobby Hero’: A Play for Every New Yorker

April 11, 2018

By Shelby Daniel There have been plenty of shows about unique characters in New York trying to find themselves, which is why the basic idea of "Lobby Hero" made me slightly hesitant to venture to se...

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