The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

FABIOLA ARIAS

FABIOLA ARIAS, Former Assistant Arts & Culture Editor

Fabiola Arias, FCLC ’24, currently serves as the assistant arts & culture editor. She is a theatre major with a concentration in directing and a business administration minor. Fabiola is an avid reader, a big theatre enthusiast and an artist at heart. She loves listening to music, drinking coffee and collaboration with her artists friends!

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cast of brecht on brecht poses on stage

‘Brecht on Brecht’: An Inclusive and Bold Take on Brechtian Theater

December 15, 2021
With a cast of nine actors who are constantly changing characters and personalities, “Brecht on Brecht” attempts to bring Brecht’s work to life in an odd, yet at times fitting way.
hand to god with actor holding sock puppet in front of text that reads hand to god

‘Hand to God’: Satanic Sock Puppets, Socially Distanced Sex and Religion

November 12, 2021
Fordham Theatre student Emily Hoffert fits the marvels of the Broadway show “Hand to God” into the small space of a studio theatre.
a placecard with toe tags and a label that says Hostile Terrain

Hostile Terrain 94: A Moment of Awareness

November 9, 2021
The Hostile Terrain exhibit depicts the Arizona-Mexico border filled with over 3,200 toe tags to represent those who died crossing the border.
“Hadestown” tells a story of love, loss, power and sacrifice. However, behind all the music it’s also a story of absence, decision and doubt.

‘Hadestown’: An Opera of Devotion and Dominance

November 5, 2021
“Hadestown” tells a story of love, loss, power and sacrifice. However, behind all the music it’s also a story of absence, decision and doubt.
Actors on a stage for a production of Continuity

‘Continuity’: Theater Through a Fresh Perspective

October 27, 2021
As the first mainstage play of Fordham’s 2021-22 season, Bess Wohl’s “Continuity” is a new experience for first-year theatre students.
profile of Vivian Brown

Senior Year Through the Eyes of a Playwright: A Profile on Vivian Brown

October 26, 2021
Just like “Accidental Murder Mystery” opened up the doors to a new studio season, Brown will open the doors to a new side of theater.
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