By Rhea Guzman Aphra Behn, the first professional female writer in English and the creator of “The Rover,” once said, “Each moment of a happy lover’s hour is worth an age of dull and common life.” Under the direction of Ann Turiano, Notre Dame of Maryland University is taking on the production of “The Rover” this […]Read more "NDMU Auditions for The Rover"
An inside look at Dangerously Delicious Pies and Swallow at the Hollow By Kara Sedlack Dangerously Delicious Pies Are you hungry for a nice, warm slice of pie, but don’t feel like making it? Or perhaps you’re feeling a bit adventurous and you want to try something new that will tickle your taste buds? Dangerously […]Read more "Fine Eats"
By Sarah Coleman February 14 is often associated with flowers, sweets in the shape of hearts, love and happiness. However, the many possible origins of Valentine’s Day is not as lovey dovey as it seems. As many historical events, Valentine’s Day can be traced back to the Romans, specifically to the celebration of Lupercalia. According […]Read more "Did You Know? Origins of Valentine’s Day"
Notre Dame presents Peter Pan By Rhea Guzman Get ready to fly into a world of pirates and faeries where both fun and time are endless. After months of hard work, planning and rehearsals, Notre Dame presented Peter Pan during the first few weeks of November 2016, under the direction of Kristina Szilagyi. As soon as […]Read more "The Second Star to the Right"
By Jae Bradley NDMU’s Spring 2016 production, Love and Information by Caryl Churchill, ended in April, and after hours of strike, or theater clean-up, in the Copeland Theater, our director Elissa Goetschius asked if we wanted to watch Lemonade, Beyoncé’s film-length visual album. The days were growing warmer and the wistfulness of clearing out the […]Read more "The Academy Don’t Love Lemonade Like We Love It"
By Chauna Krauss Dr. Judith Lewis Herman, psychiatrist and professor of clinical psychology at Harvard University, once said, “In order to escape accountability for his crimes, the perpetrator does everything in his power to promote forgetting. If secrecy fails, the perpetrator attacks the credibility of his victim. If he cannot silence her absolutely, he tries […]Read more "Public Space to Heal"
American Shakespeare Center Performs Two Gentlemen of Verona By Rhea Guzman The Great American Shakespeare once said, “All the world’s a stage.” Therefore, we are all actors and actresses in our own plays, in our own stories of our lives. Having previously performed for colleges, high school, festivals and many other events all around the United […]Read more "To Love or Not to Love"