• October 20, 2018By Dafny Flores

    The 1997 film Anastasia has stolen hearts of all ages. Many grew up with film while others are enjoying the film after its legacy. The journey of Anya becoming Anastasia Romanov has become a reality despite its real-life history. In 2016, Anastasia officially became a musical on Broadway. The musical is currently showing at the Broadhurst

  • September 24, 2018By Aidan Fordyce

    Recently I took a trip to New York to review the play Meaningful Conversation written by Owen Panettieri and directed by Anaïs Koivisto. The play took place in a very modern looking building called the Art New York Theatres in the Manhattan borough. The seating and the stage were very intimate as if you could

  • July 20, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    Whether you love Broadway plays or not, Once on This Island is a show you need to see. Sure, it’s not as well known as bigger Broadway shows such as Hamilton or Wicked, but it deserves just as much recognition – I’m here to tell you why. Recently nominated for eight Tony awards (and winner

  • March 6, 2018By Tayla J.H

    Caution: Small spoilers ahead. The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Hamlet directed by Simon Godwin and starring Kiri’s Paapa Essiedu (who, according to The Telegraph is the first black actor to be cast by the RSC as Hamlet since 1961) is a must-see. As opposed to the original setting of the claustrophobic castle in Elsinore, Denmark, this version of Hamlet is set in

  • February 16, 2018By Fawzul Hareed

    Determined to make a difference after the horrific incident in which Donald Trump ridiculed a journalist with a disability, playwright Lindsey Ferrentino and actress Jamie Brewer decided to base their most recent play around a character with Down syndrome. The play, “Amy and the Orphans,” which opens on the first of March in a Roundabout Theater

  • January 31, 2018By Abbey Perrin

    As someone who had never been to BroadwayCon before, I really had no idea what to expect. As a personal Broadway lover, I was super excited to be able to attend an event solely dedicated to anything and everything Broadway. At the beginning of the morning I attended a singalong, which in my opinion was

  • January 30, 2018By Abbey Perrin

    Over the weekend at BroadwayCon 2018, the original cast of In the Heights (Lin Manuel Miranda’s first Broadway show) had it’s ten year reunion, and it was very emotional. Since I attended BroadwayCon, all quotes are taken directly from the panel. In the Heights deals with poverty, love, and the struggles of being Latinx, but

  • January 16, 2018By Victoria Mione

    Broadway isn’t accessible for everyone. Unless you live in the tri-state area and are willing to splurge on tickets and transportation, or are willing to travel to the Big Apple and drop a few hundred bucks on tickets, hotel, transportation, and anything else a trip may contain, the chances of you seeing a Broadway show

  • January 16, 2018By Aliyah James

    It’s no secret that big-budget films have become the bane of our existence. It seems as though the years following 2016 have been the years for remakes and sequels when it comes to reviving old films. The amount of films scheduled to make an appearance in 2018 is rather large, and that’s one of the biggest issues

  • December 14, 2017By Martina Porru

    It’s impossible not to have heard of Romeo and Juliet. Yes, the Shakespearean play. It is possible, though, that the idea that we generally have of Juliet and of the play in general is either wrong or mainly romanticized. Juliet does not act the way we would expect a woman of the 16th century Verona

  • October 28, 2017By Rita Nguyen

    Hamilton took the musical theater world by storm with its hip-hop rendition of history and colonial America. It gave dreamers and visionaries their rightful place in American History while also being highly entertaining. Although there are hundreds of Broadway musicals, there are a few that hold the same charm as Hamilton. Many listeners of Hamilton

  • October 16, 2017By Allison Trainor

    When I was younger, I would walk around everywhere in a Cinderella dress and a knight’s helmet, thinking that I looked incredibly mature. My mom and I were going to the grocery store? So was the costume. Time to pick my sibling up at school? Costume time. I guess it’s no wonder that theatre is