The Suffolk Journal

Theater and a dash of murder

Alex Pearlman

November 18, 2009

Article By: Alex Pearlman Oozing charisma and just sheer adorableness, SGA President Brian LeFort makes his stage debut as Private Eye Rick Archer in the Performing Arts Office’s annual Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, Café Noir. Set on a Caribbean island in a small café, the play has a fi...

Theatre department celebrates its annual Fall Showcase

November 18, 2009

Article By: Shoshana Akins and Eleanor Kaufman Four Suffolk seniors are setting out to tackle the most nerve-racking task of their college careers. No, it isn’t looking for a post-college job (though look out for that one…). It is directing their very own student-run play. Suffolk’s Fall Showcase will feature these four plays,...

Guys and/or Dolls

November 4, 2009

Article By: Tom Logan The annual Suffolk Drag Show offers the chance to let loose and cross-dress for fun’s sake, while gaining a greater understanding of a culture generally viewed as on-the-fringe. Though the show got off to a slow start, the end result left the audience blown away. The professiona...

Abolition in black & white

October 28, 2009

By: Alexander Sessa It is well known that Boston was home to abolitionism for one hundred years before slavery was abolished in the United States.  Those sentiments were returned to the city Friday night when The Underground Railway Theater presented a reading from a new play at the C. Walsh Theater ...

Hilarious satire meets fairy tail

Marissa Holt

October 28, 2009

By: Marissa Holt Holding true to the commedia dell’arte form of theatre, an adaptation of The Green Bird was presented by the Suffolk University Theatre Department. Directed by Wes Savick and running close to two hours, this production was free and had smiles glued on the faces of audience members well after the performance ended. When int...

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