If you’re going to get shipwrecked, it might as well happen on a mysterious island where nothing is as it seems.
Weakness and fleeting youth are at the heart of one of Tennessee Williams’ last great
plays, “Sweet Bird of Youth,” performed during a three-week run through Nov. 20 at the Diego
With an intimate four-person cast portraying a dysfunctional family Tennessee Williams’ groundbreaking play “The Glass Menagerie” debuting at City College on Nov. 4 peers into a troubled world with incredible grace.
The World Music Club is presenting their 10th annual music showcase featuring a Chinese ensemble student performance, a world fusion band and a post-concert reception with food.
The gin and cigarette culture of the early 1960’s business world takes center stage when an office transforms into a musical playground in the City College Arts and Music department play “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying,” at the Diego Rivera Theater.
By Benjamin Taylor
Inside the Diego Rivera Theater, the stage is almost bare. There’s a wooden step ladder, some coiled rope, and several old props laying displaced on dusty wooden planks. The theater is empty too, save for three occupied seats, and two figures up on stage working among the bare bones of a living room set: a couch, a coffee table and a window frame looking out on empty seats.
Lee Meriwether’s voice echoes through the theater as she recites her lines…