The Guilfordian

New musicals shake things up in New York

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer

October 23, 2015

The first Secretary of the Treasury having a rap battle with Thomas Jefferson. Lesbians singing about their dead father. Deaf teenagers discovering sex. The 2015 Broadway lineup. This year has introduced an eclectic collection of new productions, and it may just lead to an entirely new age of Broadway. “Hamilton,”...

Television needs to normalize disability

Annie Fulwood, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015

Take a moment to recall your favorite TV characters. Maybe, if you’re the age of my father, it’s Fred Flintstone. Or if you’re a suburban mother, it’s Olivia Pope, PR extraordinaire. If you’re 20 and majoring in pre-med, it might be Derek “McDreamy” Shepherd. And now try to recall how...

Life, love and sex in ‘Spring Awakening’

Life, love and sex  in ‘Spring Awakening’

Josh Ballard, Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

It has been unseasonably cold this year, and it has affected everyone on campus. However, spring appears to be making a return just in time for the theatre department’s production of Frank Wedekind’s “Spring Awakening.” The play’s depictions of sex, sexuality, religion and education were...