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A Call to Create

A Call to Create

October 9, 2019

Sharing your interiority with the outside world can be a nervewracking experience, but one that almost always proves worthwhile for everyone involved. Learn to lean into the discomfort that accompanies such vulnerability.

Fordham’s Experimental Theatre put on a feminist playwright this April that featured a variety of student-written work. (Courtesy of Lizz Bogaard for The Fordham Ram)

FET Empowers Women With Feminist Playwright

April 24, 2019

While a mish-mash of people and narratives, there was one unifying thread in the playwright: feminism is a framework in which all people can find a place.

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...

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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...

FET's Black Sheep Spreads Love

FET’s Black Sheep Spreads Love

February 14, 2018

 By Alexandra Mandalakis Fordham Experimental Theatre’s Black Sheep Performance Poetry Troupe performed its first show of the semester this past weekend. Their Valentine’s Day show, entitled “Spread the Love,” was a love-th...

FET’s performance of “Bob” revealed the importance of appreciating the little things.

FET’s “Bob” Shows Inner Strength

April 12, 2017

By Alexandra Mandalakis Fordham Experimental Theatre (FET), one of three theatrical clubs on campus, concluded their season with their second slot show this past weekend. “Bob: A Life in Five Acts” was a perfect way to close out t...

The Little Prince: An Escape from Reality

The Little Prince: An Escape from Reality

October 21, 2015

By Claire Del Sorbo For the past few weeks, most students at Fordham have been saddled with midterms. Spending hours upon hours in the library and endlessly studying has no doubt plagued the student body...

FET Profile: A Passion for Theater Outside of Fordham

FET Profile: A Passion for Theater Outside of Fordham

March 25, 2015

By Alyssa Opdyke Michelle Corr is Fordham’s fieriest member of the theater community- and it’s not just because of her crimson mane. Michelle and I sat down at our local Panera Bread over spring ...

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Laughter by the Lamplight

March 3, 2015

By Jasmine Ting The line was long on a terribly snowy night for Fordham Experimental Theater's (FET) final showing of their rendition of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. With this turnout, I had nothing but high expectations for this rendition of a classic Shakespearean comedy. You can only imagine how taken aback I was by the bare stage — save a few platforms and a single, skinny streetlamp on wheels in t...

FET’s latest show has been delayed because, as of its planned opening date, the copyrights had not been properly secured. 
(Courtesy of Bloody Bloody)

Copyright Struggle Keeps Curtains Shut on Student Show

October 22, 2014

By Laura Sanicola The show must go on, except when it legally cannot. James Demetriades, FCRH ’15, learned this truth two hours before the opening night of Fordham Experimental Theater’s (FET) ...


FET’s “My Personal Hell” Is a Slice of Heaven

February 20, 2014

BY JOHN BONAZZO THEATRE CRITIC Any play that includes the line “He’s deader than a Puritan bedroom” would get points for originality if nothing else. Thankfully, My Personal Hell, student playw...

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