Tragedy in the Theatre!

A person in high power passes a law you cannot morally follow. Do you stand back and allow the law to continue — or do you fight? On Oct. 28, Theatre Fairfield will present “Antigone” at the Regina A....

This Article is ‘Unentitled’

Iain “Ewok” Robinson provided an introspective look on the institutionalized racism that pervades our society as he premiered his hip hop/rap social commentary “Unentitled” at the Black Box Theatre at...

Stories Surrounding Homes for the Brave

Post-traumatic stress disorder, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, physical abuse, drugs, depression, self-disgust, alcoholism. These are ordeals that our veterans and our military trainees face each and every...

MLK Convocation Raises Issues of Race

Restorative justice, Donald Trump and the Women’s March were all topics covered in civil rights trial attorney and long-time social justice advocate Fania Davis’, JD, PhD, keynote speech at the Martin...

No Man’s Land: Comedy or Tragedy

Dozens of theater enthusiasts gathered at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on Wednesday, Jan. 18 to witness a live broadcast of Harold Pinter’s “No Man’s Land,” which was being performed at the...
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Fairfield in a Flash 11/14

The last full week before the Thanksgiving break is sure to be filled with tests, projects and essays, but it’s also shaping up to be a week packed with last-minute events before students disperse to enjoy...

Mariza Serenades Audience with Exotic Style

The history of traditional Fado traces back to 1820s Portugal in which Portuguese musicians crafted new types of instrumentation that reflected the more intricate, somber tone of their sea shanties. Two...