The Observer

Small sailboats on a pond in central park
Spring Strolls for Zoom-Exhausted Souls
By MARIELLE SARMIENTO
After a year of Zoom classes and endless screen time, here are some great walks to take around campus for some tech-free fun.
The entrance to the Broadway theatre called the Music Box Theatre
Broadway Is (Almost) Back in Business
By KELLY LANDES
Gov. Cuomo announced the reopening of select Broadway venues for live performances at limited capacity starting April 2.
silhouettes of people dissolving into splashing water for the show "nineveh" in the studio fest
Fordham Theatre Presents Studio Fest
By ANENWOJO OMAGU
Fordham Theatre hosted its first-ever Studio Fest, a virtual festival showcasing eight student productions.
a poster for American Dreams reading "Working Theater presents an interactive digital experience: American Dreams"
‘American Dreams’ Uses Reality TV Tropes to Discuss Political Identity
By SAFET BEKTESEVIC
The highly parodic play depicts a world in which the only way to gain U.S. citizenship is by competing in a live online game show run by the government. 
Empty dance studio with square marked on the floor in tape
’Tis the Season for a Virtual Dance Season at Alvin Ailey
By SOPHIA ORTEGA
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has been curating their first-ever Virtual Winter Season, with performances spanning from Dec. 2-31.
two dancers dressed in white in front of a fountain for table of silence
A Reimagined Memorial: Table of Silence Photo Gallery
By ESMÉ BLEECKER-ADAMS and MARIELLE SARMIENTO
The 9/11 Table of Silence Project, presented by Buglisi Dance Theatre and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, featured socially-distanced choreography this year.
Daniel Kaluuya is shown at a media event for
‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Is a Film to Remember
By MICHAEL MATHEWS
“Judas and the Black Messiah” portrays the rise and fall of the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party under the leader Fred Hampton.
writers and producers of The Stamp Collector Luke Momo, Tommy Cunningham and Davis Browne smile outside at the Garden State Film Festival
‘The Stamp Collector’ Short Film Receives Festival Recognition
By HANNAH KASKO
Luke Momo and Davis Browne, both FCLC ʼ19, and Tommy Cunningham, FCLC ʼ21, wrote and produced “The Stamp Collector,” screened at five film festivals.
cover of OK Orchestra, AJR
Ram Jams: In ‘OK Orchestra,’ Drums, Violins, Insecurities, Oh My!
By ALYSSA MACALUSO and JILL RICE
New York-based indie-pop band AJR released their fourth studio album, “OK Orchestra,” on March 26, and it is so much more than just OK.
graphic of the 2008 fearless CD next to a juice box, a dividing line in the middle, and on the other side a phone with the 2021 album up on spotify next to a glass of wine and airpods
‘Fearless’ Has Grown Up and So Has Its Audience
By GILLIAN RUSSO
The rerelease of Taylor Swift’s sophomore album adds new maturity to markedly adolescent songs about young love and loss.
lead actors from the falcon and the winter soldier standing next to each other
‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Is a Stellar Addition to the Grounded MCU
By CHRISTIAN MADLANSACAY
Marvel Studios premieres “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” just in time for fans who have been waiting for more after "WandaVision."
a graphic illustration of Wanda and Vision, the main characters of WandaVision
‘WandaVision’ Shows a More Mystical Side of Marvel
By CHRISTIAN MADLANSACAY
Hopeful that Phase Four of the MCU would start off very strong, I watched all of the episodes of “WandaVision,” and was not disappointed.