“Troilus and Cressida” – A Shakespeare Festival First

Hofstra’s Shakespeare Festival celebrates 71 years with its first production of Troilus and Cressida, performed February 28-March 8, 2020 at the Toni and Martin Sosnoff Theater at the John Cranford Adams Playhouse.

This year’s Shakespeare Festival also includes What You Will – a one-hour adaptation of Twelfth Night, suitable for young audiences – and a concert of early music by the Hofstra Collegium Musicum.

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Broadway Star Jams with Jazz Ensemble

Broadway musical star Tina Fabrique shares the stage with the Hofstra Jazz Ensemble for this year’s Peter B. Clark Memorial Scholarship Fund...

KGB Bar Hosts Hofstra MFA Night

Students and alumni from Hofstra’s MFA in Creative Writing program will read excerpts of their work at Manhattan’s KGB Bar, a New York...

A Frenzied Visit with Fefu

by Madison Mento ’21 Fefu and Her Friends, the Obie Award-winning play by María Irene Fornés and directed by guest artist Tatiana Pandiani...

Grad Open House Nov. 24

Hofstra will host a Graduate Open House on Sunday, November 24. The event, sponsored by the Office of Graduate Admission, will...

HCLAS Students Honored for Excellence

Seniors from 24 departments and several interdisciplinary programs were recognized for outstanding achievement at the second annual Academic...

Student Artist Inspired by Self-Discovery

by Madison Mento ‘21 Self-Discovery, a collection of paintings by Sara Lilienthal ’22, will be on display at the student-run FORM Gallery at Calkins...

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