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Greeting prospective students!

Thank you to all who came out to our New York and regional auditions! Prospective students will receive word of final decisions from the Admissions Office throughout March and April. We know that you are working hard to decide which university to attend in the fall. To help you in your decision making, you should know that the Fordham Theatre Program is a nationally ranked B.A. that utilizes a hybrid of liberal arts studies with conservatory practices, during its four years of training. Through this unique model, we find that our students graduate as well-rounded forward-thinking artistic practitioners. Please learn more about our process.

2014-2015 Mainstage Season
"A Season of Imagining Post-War"

Fordham Theatre Program Mainstage Season 2014-15 A Season of Imagining Post-WarDownload 11 x 17 poster and view more information on shows and events.

The 2014-2015 Fordham Theatre Mainstage season, A Season of Imagining Post-War, explores what happens once the war is over. Each of the four mainstage plays focuses on the theme of family, and the effects of war on both the members that went to battle, and those that stayed behind. In addition, all of the plays ask these questions: "Can we imagine life after war, and if so, do we have what it takes to get there?" As Matthew Maguire, the Fordham Theatre Program Director mused: "The U.S. has been at war since 1776 - there have been 21 years of peace, and 214 years of war. Apparently, we Americans are a warlike people."

Please join us for the final mainstage presentation of the season: Agamemnon by Aeschylus, translated by Anne Carson.

Browse selected photos from recent Fordham Theatre Productions below: