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‘Fiddler on the Roof’ cast sticks to tradition in lively show

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ cast sticks to tradition in lively show

Morgan Hume

March 4, 2020

Whether you’ve seen it once or 100 times, you’ll be humming the famous tunes while exiting the theater after seeing this classic musical. The touring cast of “Fiddler on the Roof” reached Boston on Feb. 25 to perform the well-known production at the Emerson Colonial Theatre as part of the ongoing ...

Boston Ballet exemplifies talent through contemporary routines

Boston Ballet exemplifies talent through contemporary routines

Morgan Hume

March 4, 2020

The Boston Ballet opened its spring season on Feb. 27 with “rEVOLUTION,” which featured the work of esteemed choreographers George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins and William Forsythe. Unlike traditional ballets like “The Nutcracker” or “Swan Lake” that incorporate elaborate costumes and a clear s...

Student Fashion takes Suffolk Community on ‘A Night Around The World’

Student Fashion takes Suffolk Community on ‘A Night Around The World’

Julia Ahaesy

February 26, 2020

On Thursday evening, the Asian American Association (AAA) gathered with nine other Suffolk University cultural groups to put fashion from different countries in the spotlight. Students strutted up and down the catwalk in the Samia Cafe, proudly modeling clothing from diverse backgrounds in a beautifu...

Museum of Science unleashes new canine-themed exhibit

Museum of Science unleashes new canine-themed exhibit

James Bartlett

February 19, 2020

Take a deep dive into the science behind man's best friend at the Museum of Science’s newest exhibit “Dogs! A Science Tail.” The exhibit gives museum goers a chance to see unique perspectives into how dogs interact with the world. The exhibit features huge dog shaped information boards that ...

You’ll never find another like her

You’ll never find another like her

Sarah Lukowski

February 12, 2020

Global superstar Taylor Swift released her Netflix documentary “Miss Americana” on Jan. 31, giving fans an intimate look into her life from the singer’s rise to stardom as a teenager to the release of her seventh album, “Lover.” The documentary, directed by Lana Wilson, follows Swift’s ...

‘Detroit Red’ brilliantly showcases Malcolm X’s humble beginnings and local roots

‘Detroit Red’ brilliantly showcases Malcolm X’s humble beginnings and local roots

Morgan Hume

February 12, 2020

There wasn’t always a Malcolm X. No one regarded the youngster from Michigan, nicknamed Detroit Red, as a leader. Instead, he was another kid hustling in the streets of Boston and New York for some pocket change. Little did he know that he was simply wrapping up one chapter of his life to make way f...

Spring Showcase perfectly blends humor and drama

Spring Showcase perfectly blends humor and drama

Madison Suseland

February 12, 2020

“Little Dog,” “Flicker” and “Rodéo,” three one-act plays written and directed by Suffolk students, hit the Sullivan Studio Theatre on Feb. 7 as part of this year’s Spring Showcase. While the shows were each different in terms of plot, setting and characters, they all drew upon common theme...

The limit does not exist for how much entertainment ‘Mean Girls’ the musical brings

The limit does not exist for how much entertainment ‘Mean Girls’ the musical brings

Morgan Hume and Sarah Turley

February 5, 2020

The Plastics made their way from North Shore High to the Citizens Bank Opera House as the musical “Mean Girls,” based off the film of the same name, on Jan. 29. “Mean Girls” the musical is based off the 2004 movie starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Tina Fey about how the school’s mo...

Review: It’s the end of the world as we know it

Review: It’s the end of the world as we know it

Abby O'Connor

November 20, 2019

*spoiler warning* Season one of  “The End of the F***ing World” (TEOTFW) ended with a bang... literally. Audience members were left hanging by a thread when a gunshot rang out as James ran from the police and the screen faded to black. It wasn’t until halfway through the second episode of season...

Tory Lanez: up close and personal

Tory Lanez: up close and personal

Eddie Reinhardt

November 13, 2019

The Suffolk Fall Concert was “Litty again” as the Student Government Association and the Concert Committee brought Brampton singer and rapper Tory Lanez to the Royale nightclub this past Monday night. One of the most sought after R&B acts, Lanez surfed his way through a wavy performance, spe...

‘Umbrella Academy’ offers stepping stone into the world of superheroes

Phoebe Adams

March 27, 2019

Joining the ranks of superhero teams like the Avengers and the Justice League, Netflix’s newest superhero show, “Umbrella Academy,” once again takes the battle of saving the world to the streets of New York. “Umbrella Academy” is based off a comic book of the same name written by Gerard Way ...

Boston Ballet demonstrates brilliant acting and seamless routines in ‘Coppelia’

Boston Ballet demonstrates brilliant acting and seamless routines in ‘Coppelia’

Morgan Hume

March 27, 2019

Toys and dolls burst to life at The Citizens Bank Opera House on Thursday evening during the Boston Ballet’s opening night of Coppelia. The humorous ballet choreographed by George Balanchine enchanted audiences to the instrumental music of Léo Delibes. The classic story is set in a vi...

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