8 Delicious Ways to Celebrate Cherry Blossoms Around DC

By Natalie Colonna Cherry blossom season is often filled with tourists and Instagram–worthy photoshoots. Now, your inner foodie can also celebrate in the season’s cherry blossom festivities. The National Cherry Blossom Festival officially starts Wednesday, March 20 and will continue to celebrate Washington’s favorite florals through April 14. Peak bloom is expected between April 3rd Read More …

Is This What You Call Living? The Threepenny Opera has a Message for Society

By Miriam Trujillo Over this past weekend, drama and music theatre students put on their spring musical, The Threepenny Opera, composed by Kurt Weil, written by Bertolt Brecht, and directed by Pauline Grossman and Patrick Gardner. The cast members played four sold-out shows to audiences in the Callan Theater: a small and dark auditorium located Read More …

Inside the Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art: Interviews with Artists

By Miriam Trujillo Theatre Guide awarded Catholic University’s Rome School the “Best College Performing Arts Program.” This award is a reader’s choice award, intending to showcase artistic talent among colleges, young artists, chorus’, actors, dance companies, and theatre companies. To win the Best College Division, Catholic University beat out schools such as Stevenson University and Read More …

The Oscars 2019

By Noelia Veras The 2019 Oscars celebrated yet another year of outstanding films and a diverse range of nominees. From actors and actresses to directors and costume design, the awards ceremony commemorated all of the hard working individuals behind the movies of 2018. Because there was no host for the Academy Awards this year, the Read More …

Catholic University Showcases M.F.A. Playwriting Candidate’s Production Tilting

By Thomas Curry A Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) playwriting candidate wrote an original play recently showcased in Callan Theatre stage  — Tilting, a play inspired by 17th-century adventure novel Don Quixote. Third-year M.F.A. playwriting student Rachel Rios’ original work Tilting tells a story of Alexa, an eccentric heiress to a wind farm, on a Read More …