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The Suffolk Journal

The cast of The Orchard during the performance.

‘The Orchard’ blooms at the Emerson Paramount Center

Julia Capraro, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

The play “The Orchard” arrived at the Emerson Paramount Center on Nov. 4, bringing a classic play to a modern audience. “The Orchard” is an adaptation of the 1903 Russian play, “The Cherry...

Don your dress for PAOs Dinner Theatre

Don your dress for PAO’s Dinner Theatre

Emily Collins, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

Suffolk University students and guests are invited to dine, dance and play detective while enjoying this year’s dinner theatre production.  On Oct. 20-22, Suffolk’s Performing Arts Office will...

The cast and crew of Suffolks Fall Showcase

Suffolk students steal the show at annual fall showcase

Leo Woods, Photo Editor October 18, 2022

Suffolk University’s theater department premiered three student-written and directed plays during its annual fall showcase in the Sullivan Theater Oct. 13-16. The showcase began with “Quasar,”...

The panel about the new show at the Wilbur Theater.

The Ghoul Boys are in town! Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej premiere new show “Ghost Files” at the Wilbur Theater

Julie Huynh, Journal Contributor October 12, 2022

If there's something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? The Ghoul Boys! World-renowned ghost hunters Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej were in town Oct. 6 at the Wilbur Theater to premiere their...

A promotional poster for Modern Radio Ramble

The Modern Radio Ramble is coming to Suffolk

Roxanne Snowden, Staff Writer October 4, 2022

The Suffolk University Free Radio club is ramping up for their benefit concert coming to the Modern Theatre on Oct. 8 to celebrate Boston’s historic architecture through music.  The show, going by...

Freshman Sam Hackett performing at the event.

Singing Into the Semester, Suffolk PAO Hosts Block Party

Keely Menyhart, Journal Contributor September 25, 2022

Suffolk University’s Performing Arts Office hosted a block party and open mic on Sept. 8, occupying the second and third floors of Sawyer giving students the chance to check out the arts clubs that Suffolk...

Atticus Finch (Richard Thomas) and Scout Finch (Melanie Moore) in a scene.

‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ national tour takes the classic novel to new heights

Emily Beatty, Asst. Arts Editor April 19, 2022

Playwright Aaron Sorkin’s take on the classic novel “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee takes flight during its run at the Citizens Bank Opera House.  Boston’s best theater, previously known...

The cast and crew of Suffolk Theatres Pilgrims of the Night.

‘Pilgrims of the Night’ intertwines a series of imaginative stories

Emily Collins, Staff Writer April 12, 2022

Suffolk University’s Theatre Department took audience members on a fantastical journey with their rendition of “Pilgrims of the Night.” The show was performed by a cast of 35 students on April...

This semesters mainstage show is Pilgrims of the Night, directed by Suffolk professor Wesley Savick.

‘Pilgrims of the Night’ to celebrate the magic of storytelling

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor April 5, 2022

The Suffolk University Theatre Department’s spring mainstage show “Pilgrims of the Night” touches upon the feelings of isolation and hope in times of despair, all too relevant in the new “normal”...

Award-winning dancer Melissa Toogood created Butterflies Dont Write Books for Boston Ballet.

Boston Ballet celebrates female choreographers

Emily Collins, Staff Writer March 19, 2022

When it comes to ballet, women are often recognized for their work on stage and less often receive sufficient credit for their achievements or productions.  However, from March 3 to 13, Boston Ballet...

Suffolks a cappella group Ramifications performing at UDOTs annual Techstravaganza on March 4.

Suffolk Performing Arts puts UDOT talents on display

Emily Collins, Staff Writer March 8, 2022

When you sit in the audience of a Suffolk University performance, you don't always think about who gets the sound to be just right, makes sure all the performers have mics, or who lights up the stage....

Disco Donna and cast in an energetic performance of the hit Hot Stuff.

‘Summer: The Musical’ brings hot stuff to Boston

Sarah Lukowski and Emily Dempsey March 1, 2022

1970s pop sensation Donna Summer was a girl from Boston who started in a gospel choir and rose to become the disco queen. The Emerson Colonial Theatre is giving Bostonians a chance to catch a glimpse into...

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