By Breanne Guevara On Jan. 25 at 4 p.m, the Office of Multi Cultural Affairs held the third annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. award ceremony located in the Multi Purpose Room in the Gallagher Center. Avril Harbin and two graduate assistants organized the ceremony, with intentions of honoring King Jr.'s legacy. Simone Beckford, a graduate… Continue reading A legacy we dreamed of…
Marissa Del Vecchio is a theater performance major in her third year, directing some of the short plays in the Niagara University theater. "At the end of sophomore year, we get this email right before we go on summer break from our professor for the directing class Doug Zschiegner. He gives us the criteria, two… Continue reading To be, or not to be?
By Sarah Emmerling NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - “She Loves Me,” the third show of the 2017-2018 NU Theatre season, runs Nov. 30 through Dec. 10. This 1963 Broadway hit is sure to please all musical theatre enthusiasts. The production has a total of ten performances and one post-show discussion for audience members who want to meet… Continue reading NU Theatre presents “She Loves Me”
By Brigid Burns NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Throughout the fall semester, Niagara University has held a number of events for students to partake in. Almost every week, at least one event was held and the turn-out for many of these events was remarkable. Some events were more popular than others, so with that being said, there… Continue reading Best of: Niagara Events
Students put on a modernized version of Shakespeare tragedy By Sarah Emmerling NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Theatre’s second production of the semester, William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” took the stage from Nov. 2-12 with a total 13 performances. The show was directed by Artistic Director Steve Braddock and featured a talented cast of 14 students.… Continue reading NU Theatre presents Julius Caesar
Michaela McGrath NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.-- Paranormal agents from Rome Investigators of the Paranormal (RIP) visited NU Wednesday Oct. 25 in Dunleavy Hall to talk about their encounters with the unknown. Peter Leonard and Dr. David Desprospero, who are cousins and co-founders of RIP, became interested in the paranormal after a childhood full of spooky experiences.… Continue reading Ghost Hunters Visit NU
Efforts made to make NU shows more accessible Sarah Emmerling NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Niagara University Theatre and the ASL/Deaf Studies program have come together to create a positive change in the NU community, particularly for theatre patrons attending this season’s shows. For each show, there will be at least one performance that is interpreted… Continue reading NU Theatre incorporates ASL