Dramaturgy Student Wins Prize Promoting Women Playwrights

By Maria Rodriguez With a name like Catholic University, and a Drama department named for it’s founder, a priest, one might not at first guess look at the Hartke Theater as a source of advocacy for women playwrights. Lindsay Adams, female playwright and Catholic University graduate student in the MFA playwrighting program, has challenged that Read More …

Selma ‘65: A Review Two CUA Professors perform show in honor of Civil Rights movement

By Stephen Fasulo II Selma ‘65 is the intersecting story of two people heavily involved with the Civil Rights Movement. One is an undercover FBI informant, and the other is an overzealous house mother with aspirations of grandeur.   I first have to say that I liked the understated set design and minimalistic props.   Read More …