Off-Bway “Watson Intelligence” Heavy on Hofstra Talent

For an off-Broadway revival of Madeleine George’s relationship comedy The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence, director Jean Dobie Giebel has assembled a cast and creative team that is brimming with Hofstra drama talent. The play will premiere at the alumni-founded Chain Theatre for a limited run, Wednesday through Sunday, July 10-14.

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HS Shakespeare Competition Wows Judges

by Madison Mento ’21 Drama students from area high schools tested their talents on the Hofstra Globe Stage when they participated in the annual high...

Shakespeare Festival Celebrates 70 Years

Hofstra’s Shakespeare Festival celebrates 70 years with a production of Richard III performed on the University’s stunning Globe Stage replica, March...

Hofstra Goes to Washington

Five students with outstanding academic records and keen interest in American politics will participate in a seminar at The Washington Center...

Fall Dance Features Limón’s “Psalm”

A suite from Psalm, a dance originally choreographed by José Limón in 1967, will be performed as part of the Fall Dance Concert presented by Hofstra...

Art Activism

Hofstra Drama presents We Are Pussy Riot or EVERYTHING IS P.R. Having the courage to stand up and demonstrate against state authority, and...

Fractured Fairy Tales

Into the Woods, October 26-November 4 The Hofstra Drama program presents the enchanting but dark musical Into the Woods, October 26-November 4, at...

Hofstra Dancers

Encore Performance

How choice and chance affect life direction was the premise of If/Then, the Broadway musical Larry Keigwin choreographed a few years ago. But for...

Bad Mary

School of Rock

Bad Mary lead singer Amanda Mac ’10, clad in flowered fishnets and combat boots, surveyed the audience at Hofstra’s annual Fall Festival. Eight years...

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