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“Mosque Alert” focuses on Islamophobia in society

Students joined actors on Oct. 16, for a participatory play called “Mosque Alert” at the Kupferberg Center. “Mosque Alert” is about the construction of a new mosque in Naperville, Ill, which led to conflicts between two families of different religions. The two families learn more about each other and eventually put their differences aside. The cast consisted of […]

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The Three Penny Opera explores on the ills of capitalism

The Queens College Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance – along with the Aaron Copland School of Music – debuted their production of Bertolt Brecht’s “The Three Penny Opera” on March 13 at The Kupferberg Center for the Arts. As the audience filled in, the stage was already set with very industrial with rusty stairs looking like fire […]

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“Our House” contemplates the evil of television

How far is one willing to go for their five minutes of fame? This question is answered in the dark comedy “Our House,” presented by Queens College’s Drama, Theatre, and Dance Department. The show, written by Theresa Rhebeck, was held in the small performance room in Rathaus Hall, which gave the piece an intimate feeling. […]

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Fall season starts with a ‘Kiss’

On Oct. 16, the Queens College theatre department debuted their fall theatre season to a sold out audience with Craig Lucas’ “Prelude to a Kiss”. Under direction of theatre professor Claudia Feldstein, the production starred both QC students and professors. Perhaps best known for the 1992 film adaption of the same name, starring Alec Baldwin […]

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