The Buffalo State Theater Department recently hosted an event called “Circle: Dance in the Round,” which created a challenge for the choreographers and dancers. The event was so named because the student performers were actually dancing around the audience.
This week’s show featured headlines from SUNY Buffalo State and conversations about the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day at Buffalo State and the Theatre Department’s “Dance in the Round.”
The SUNY Buffalo State improvisational comedy group Friday Night Live (FNL), which celebrated its 10th season this semester, concluded their seven show run May 5. The FNL cast is comprised of students from Buffalo State, who have to audition to join the group.
Students at SUNY Buffalo State used song, poetry and personal stories to convey messages about sexual assault at the annual “Take Back the Night” event April 10. The event is intended to empower survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through creative works.
“The Trial of Trayvon Martin,” a new play written by Buffalo playwright and author Gary Earl Ross, explores what might have happened if the roles of Martin and George Zimmerman had been reversed.
This week on the Buffalo Review (April 17) we covered a new play about Trayvon Martin, changes to the law for the age of criminal responsibility and ride hailing in New York and new breast milk depots in the Buffalo Niagara region.
The SUNY Buffalo State Fashion and Textile Technology (FTT) Department will host its 10th annual Runway fashion show April 22. The show is intended to showcase the work of student designers, who will gain real world experience.