The Suffolk Journal

Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture

Angela Bray

February 28, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Film, Music, Theater

This week's featured theater, music, nightlife, art, and literature happenings. Read More »

Annual spring showcase features four student plays

February 28, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus, Theater

Dan Olson  Journal Staff Twice a year, theater students at Suffolk University are able to express their abilities in writing and directing short plays during the annual fall and spring showcases.  This year’s Spring Showcase featured the talents of many student directors and performers in four short pl...

Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture

Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture

Angela Bray

February 21, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Music, Theater

This week's top picks in nightlife, theater and art.     Read More »

Grammys: ‘Journal’ takes

Grammys: ‘Journal’ takes

February 15, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Film, Music, Theater

The Journal staff takes on the Grammys.       Read More »

AcousticaElectronica: a new approach

AcousticaElectronica: a new approach

Angela Bray

February 15, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Music, Theater

Presented by toUch Performance Art, AcousticaElectronica has been a project building in Boston for the past year to combine classical music, classical dance and art into one huge immersion for an audience. Read More »...

Sketch comedy in review: The Whitest Kids U Know

David Frederick

February 15, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Theater

Last Friday, The Whitest Kids U Know performed at Royale Nightclub downtown for the next stop on their 2012 tour, which is celebrating the five-year run of their show on FUSE and later IFC. Read More »...

A look at Suffolk’s performing arts

A look at Suffolk’s performing arts

Angela Bray

February 1, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus, Music, Theater

Suffolk’s Performing Arts Office (PAO) strives to make the arts accessible to the university's community, disregarding experience or background.   “We make the opportunities available to you,” said Kathy Maloney, associate director of the PAO. “We help people achieve the things they...

PAO starts off Seriously

PAO starts off Seriously

Valerie Ryan

September 14, 2011


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus, Music, Theater

Suffolk University is passionate about the performing arts, and it shows. Groups such as Rampage, Seriously Bent, and the Ramifications impressed the audience at the Performing Arts Sampling in the C. Walsh Theatre last Thursday. Hosted by Seriously Bent, the show opened with members of the show...

Theater Department unveils 2011-2012 schedule

Theater Department  unveils 2011-2012 schedule

Jonathan Stone

September 14, 2011


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus, Theater

This is going to be a special year for Suffolk University’s Theatre Department. Last Thursday, the department had their annual “town hall” meeting, where they welcomed freshmen interested in joining the department, as well as returning students. The first big announcement of the meeting, which...

Best Buddies fundraiser Tue. March 1

Best Buddies fundraiser Tue. March 1

Mike Giannattasio

February 23, 2011


Filed under Theater

Music sensation Brittany Maier will be performing at Suffolk University’s C. Walsh Theatre on Tuesday March 1, 2011. The free concert will be held from 1-2 p.m. and will help raise awareness for Suffolk’s chapter of Best Buddies and for people with intellectual and development disabilities. Maier,...

Spring Showcase shows off student talent

Michael Christina

February 16, 2011


Filed under Theater

Last weekend, The Suffolk University Theatre Department held it’s annual Spring Showcase. The show ran from Thursday February 10 through Sunday February 13 in the Studio Theater located on the fourth floor of the Archer Building. There were five different performances of the show in total, each of...

Suffolk Eats Improv

February 9, 2011


Filed under Theater

What was supposed to be a fun-filled night of laughter and off-the-cuff joking turned into a predominately silent experience with awkward glances and smug faces. At some points, you could have heard crickets in the background. “It really wasn’t that funny,” commented freshman Emily Brady...

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