The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer


ISABELLA GONZALEZ, Former Arts & Culture Editor

Isabella Gonzalez (they/she/he), FCLC ’23, currently serves as a former arts & culture editor at The Observer. They are double-majoring in English and theater with a concentration in playwriting. This is her second year in this position. When they’re not running around, you can find her exploring inexpensive food joints and rewatching the masterpiece “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”

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‘How I Learned to Drive’ Is a Jaw-Dropping Trip Down Memory Lane

May 4, 2022
This Manhattan Theatre Club-produced production is not for the faint of heart but is a masterclass in theatre-making and tackling trauma.
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‘The Little Prince’ Is a Mystifying Misfire

April 11, 2022
Currently at the Broadway Theatre, “The Little Prince” is a visually stunning feat that lacks the same heart as the original source material.
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‘English’ and ‘Shhhh’ Take Center Stage at Atlantic Theater Company

March 7, 2022
Broadway is back, and the off-Broadway Atlantic Theater Company is following right behind it with two brand-new plays, "Shhhh" and "English."
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Can We Please Talk About ‘The Legend of Vox Machina’?

February 27, 2022
“The Legend of Vox Machina” captures the magic of Dungeons & Dragons and reinvents the way creators approach story development.
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‘Flying Over Sunset’ Is a Beautiful but Unsteady Trip

December 13, 2021
You don't need LSD to properly experience this new puzzling production about psychedelics playing at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theater.
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‘Winnie the Pooh,’ ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ and the Power of Nostalgia

December 6, 2021
Both "Winnie the Pooh" and "Mrs. Doubtfire" present their versions of classic family movies and shows by turning them into lively musicals.
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Fans Reconnect at Live Concerts

November 19, 2021
With the return of in-person concerts, New York City venues adapt to meet COVID-related health and safety concerns.
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‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Soars to New Heights

March 21, 2021
"Raya and the Last Dragon" doesn’t feel like a typical Disney princess movie for all the right reasons, like intense fight choreography instead of musical numbers.
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The Problematic Nature of the 78th Golden Globe Awards

February 26, 2021
The Golden Globes have once again let fans down as nominations lack diversity along with a whole host of concerns.
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Thanksgiving Movie Memories and Must-Watches

November 25, 2020
From Charlie Brown holiday specials to Disney favorites like "Moana," there are a plethora of movies to watch this holiday season.
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Is Television Still Relevant in a 2020 Election?

October 28, 2020
From debates to "Saturday Night Live," television has always been important to political campaigns, and this election has been no exception.
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Broadway Star Anthony Ramos’ Quarantine Reflections

September 15, 2020
The Campus Activities Board hosted a Q&A over Zoom with actor Anthony Ramos, who offered valuable insights into his career.
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Playlist: Wake Me Up For Online School

September 15, 2020
Four writers came together to compile the ultimate "wake up" playlist to get you ready in the morning for online classes.
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