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Interview: techstravaganza

Interview: techstravaganza

January 22, 2016

Hello lovely readers! As many of you know, this friday is Techstravaganza, the techies union’s annual show where they get to show off everything they can do. We interviewed two members of Techies Union, Christina Twombly and Amy DalCanton, to find out what it is about techies union they love so much...

Interview: Sketchual Misconduct

Interview: Sketchual Misconduct

December 9, 2015

Hello everyone! So as you may know, Sketchual Misconduct is Suffolk University's sketch comedy group. They have been around for a number of years, and have both hosted and had their own shows.Their next show is coming up this Friday, 12/11, at 7:00 PM in the Donahue Cafe. To give you a preview of that...

Spring Show Auditions

November 27, 2015

Hello lovely readers! As many of you know, last week we had two amazing productions at Suffolk: the theatre department put on Doris Day in Belarus, an original play written by professor Wes Savick, while the Performing Arts Office dazzled us with Dinner Theatre. Now that both productions are over, do you kno...

Senior Year Bucket List

November 7, 2015

Hello lovely readers! So this is an article for all the Seniors out there. The Spring semester is coming up, and for many of us this will be our last semester at Suffolk, so I figured I’d come up with a bucket list of things to do before we leave Suffolk! look at Grad Schools/think about life a...

Interview: Fall Showcase

October 15, 2015

Hello lovely readers! As many of you hopefully know, this weekend is the Suffolk student showcase. That’s when Suffolk University students perform in student written and directed shows. This semester the three shows being performed are: The Convicted Profit: The Trial of Warren Jeffs, by Linnea Rose, T...

7 Costumes on a Budget + a Bonus

7 Costumes on a Budget + a Bonus

October 13, 2015

Alright Halloween, is basically around the corner--29 days to be exact.  I put together a list of 7 costumes that you can make if you're on a college budget, literally waited til the last possible minute, or if you're not sure what to be! Alright Costume #1: Lilo, from (Lilo & Stitch) From...

Interview: Alternative Spring Break Leaders

October 6, 2015

Hello lovely readers! As many of you know, Suffolk offers an amazing program called Alternative Spring. What that means is that over 100 students go to locations across the U.S to participate in community service during spring break. A cool part about that is that these trips are student led. We sat ...

Audition Tips

September 18, 2015

Hello lovely readers! So as many of you know auditions are coming up for all of the various PAO groups (and you totally should sign up). Since auditions can be kind of scary we figured we’d come up with some tips and tricks to help you ace your audition! First, a few words from our good friend Brya...

Event Breakdown 9/14-9/18

September 16, 2015

Hello Suffolk students! We hope your first few days back have been great! Now in addition to classes there are also so many fun events to check out on campus, and here are the ones you can check out this week! Monday 9/14 Alternative Spring Break (ASB) Information Session Are you interested in joining fellow Suff...

Audition Breakdown: 9/14/15-9/18/15

September 14, 2015

Hello lovely readers! As you might be aware, auditions are about to begin! As as matter of fact, there ever several auditions happening this week. Read on and find out about all the awesome things you can audition for! Event: Fall Showcase Needed: 1-3 minute Contemporary monologue (preferably a dramatic one) ...

Interview: STEW

June 23, 2015

Hello class of 2019! As part of the orientation experience, we decided to interview Suffolk alumni, STEW performer (and InstaRam founder) Corinne Decost on her thoughts on Orientation and STEW. Read on to find out her thoughts!   What’s been your favorite part about rehearsing for STEW? 1. M...

2015 Tony Award Predictions

2015 Tony Award Predictions

June 6, 2015

Hello readers, so as some of you may know, the Tony Awards are this weekend!  To theatre fans like myself, this is our Christmas.  As InstaRam is all about arts and culture, I figured I would put up my predictions for the winners this year. Read on and find out what they are!  Best Play:The Curious Incident of the Dog ...

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