A Comically Thrilling ‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’

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“Dead Man’s Cell Phone” followed a curious and caring woman as she interjected herself into the life of a dead man. Northeastern University Department of Theatre’s production of “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” directed by Jonathan Carr, was humorous, romantic and full of twists. Jean, played by Eva Friedman, found herself irritated with the ring of...continue reading




1980s Music Still Resonates With Students “Time After Time”

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Every day, as students walk between Northeastern University’s West Village Quad and the main campus, the Top 40 tracks from pop music charts are heard from speakers outside the Visitor Center. Fifth-year student Erin Nfonoyim sits on a bench well within hearing range of these hits. But with earbuds in, she’s transported back to a...continue reading




The Heidi Chronicles, A Fresh Look At The Feminist Movement

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“The Heidi Chronicles” is a reflection of the turmoil of the women’s movement and the idea of having it all, as seen through one woman’s eyes. Playwright Wendy Wasserstein was called the “female voice of her generation” by the Voice of America, and her Pulitzer prize-winning drama, The Heidi Chronicles, lived up to its reputation...continue reading