A Quadrangle Review: Player’s Enemy of the People is One For the People

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor The Manhattan College fall play this year was “Enemy of the People” by Ibsen, a play which took on an extremely prevalent theme with heavy hefty dialogue for the actors. The set was that of an 1800s town, the period in which the piece was written, with features which drew the audience in and costumes that added to the realism … Continue reading A Quadrangle Review: Player’s Enemy of the People is One For the People

Players’ Cabaret Tells Us What We Missed on Glee 

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief The Manhattan College Players’ “Cabaret” is returning this semester with the largest cast in recent years and a theme which incorporates pop culture alongside its traditional theater focus.  John O’Connor and Richard Divirgilio, both seniors, are leading the production as co-directors this semester. Their choice of theme: And here’s what you missed on Glee.  The theme, an homage to the hit … Continue reading Players’ Cabaret Tells Us What We Missed on Glee