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Theater Talk: “The Humans”

Theater Talk: “The Humans”

November 16, 2016

By Claire Del Sorbo With Thanksgiving on its way, going home for the holidays is something students and many other young people seem to dread. There are many things people would rather do than return to ...

Praiseworthy Cast  of “Cats the Musical” Cannot Salvage Plot

Praiseworthy Cast of “Cats the Musical” Cannot Salvage Plot

November 2, 2016

By Claire Del Sorbo If the Tony Awards were based on amount of ear worms instead of theatrical achievements, “Cats the Musical” would be likely to sweep this year. I can’t remember the amount of ti...

Fordham Graduate Gets Broadway Writing Credits With “In-Transit”

Fordham Graduate Gets Broadway Writing Credits With “In-Transit”

November 2, 2016

By Bailey Hosfelt “In-Transit,” Broadway’s first a cappella musical, makes its way to Circle in the Square Theatre on Nov. 10. Taking place primarily in the subway, the show is set to bring 11 New York City characters to life as each searches for personal success. ...

Fordham Theatre’s “The Electric Baby” Captures Emotion

Fordham Theatre’s “The Electric Baby” Captures Emotion

October 19, 2016

By Alexandra Mandalakis Magic, heroism and love intertwined beautifully in playwright Stefanie Zadravec’s “The Electric Baby,” Fordham University Lincoln Center’s latest drama performance. Dir...

A Look at Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s Legacy

A Look at Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s Legacy

October 5, 2016

By Meghan Campbell  Wednesday Oct. 25 marks the 55th anniversary of the release of the Hollywood classic, and one of my all-time favorite films, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Based on Truman Capote’s novella under the sa...

Sara Bareilles Becomes Broadway Composer for “Waitress”

Sara Bareilles Becomes Broadway Composer for “Waitress”

September 28, 2016

By  Claire Del Sorbo Sara Bareilles has always been one of my favorite musicians. I admire her integrity and how she chooses to be true to her craft rather than lucrative. She has a lovely voice and h...

“Oh Hello” Review

“Oh Hello” Review

September 28, 2016

By Gabby Gillespie  Broadway met Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland as they opened for previews in their new show, “Oh Hello” in Sept. The brainchildren of John Mulaney of “Saturday Night Live” and Nick Kroll of “Th...

Winning “Hamilton” Tickets: The True American Dream

Winning “Hamilton” Tickets: The True American Dream

September 14, 2016

By Claire Del Sorbo On a seemingly ordinary day, I refreshed my email. Within a few seconds, I was a blubbering mess making a spectacle of myself on Eddie’s. This was the day I won the “Hamilton” lottery. Aft...

“The Crucible” Casted in Universal Light

“The Crucible” Casted in Universal Light

April 27, 2016

By Claire Del Sorbo Many people’s recollections of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” have been reduced to sour memories of assigned readings from high school English class. However, like any play, the text is bette...

“Les Miserables”

“Les Miserables”

April 13, 2016

By Claire Del Sorbo As the self-proclaimed “world’s most popular musical,” “Les Miserables” has entranced audiences for over 30 years. It has been performed in over 25 languages in almost ...

12 Years A Slave Star Lupita Nyong’o Takes the Broadway Stage

12 Years A Slave Star Lupita Nyong’o Takes the Broadway Stage

March 30, 2016

By Claire Del Sorbo Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o tugged at the heart strings of audiences in her harrowing performance as the young slave girl, Patsey, in 12 Years a Slave. It made us weep for the former state of the world and how Africans and Afric...

Kabarett: A Provocative and Powerful Performance

Kabarett: A Provocative and Powerful Performance

March 5, 2016

By Bailey Hosfelt When I entered Collins Auditorium to attend the latest Mimes and Mummers production, an already-in-character actor greeted and led me past the regular theater seating and onto the st...

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