Fox Loves Taco Opens Near CUA!

By Daniela Sol In the opposite corner of Brookland Pint, a new taco place has opened in the Arts Walk. “Fox Loves Tacos” is not like any ordinary taco place; its meatless menu is composed of a colorful mixture of vegetables making healthy eating fun and delicious. With bright aqua tables and plants in every Read More …

The Reduced Shakespeare Company – A Poetic Review

by Maria Rodriguez No other stage could be filled with such glee As one with the Reduced Shakespeare Company! This band of brothers to the Folger said A long lost first play was found from, now dead, William Shakespeare, who as a youth, Penned a manuscript of such length – uncouth – In a story Read More …

Experiencing the Angst of the Past: An Interview

By Maria Rodriguez Harrison Smith is a frontiersman. Not the jet-set Monday in Mumbai, Tuesday in Tokyo seeker of adventure, but a lover of the unexplored territory of his own performance, a love he has had to drawn on to play “Johnny” in the Keegan Theater’s current production of American Idiot. American Idiot, is a Read More …

How to See a Symphony Without Paying a Dime

By Maria Rodriguez 1. Millennium Stage – Kennedy Center Started in the year 2000, the Millennium Stage offers free performances every night at 6pm, including Easter and Christmas. Previous acts have included Bobby McFerrin and Grammy Award winning hip-hop group Arrested Development. This fall the Millennium Stage presents artists as part of the Kennedy Center’s Read More …

Fall Arts Preview

Catholic University has a rich and legendary arts heritage. Between our Musical and Dramatic offerings, we cover a lot of ground in the performing arts. Check out this semester’s upcoming performances for a cultural quick fix. Drama: This semester’s offerings include a heavy presence by CUA’s Drama faculty. Catch the heads of the three major Read More …