Brianna Propis, vice president of Little Theatre and long time Griffin contributor, talks about her struggle with demotivation and the peace in realizing she is not alone in her struggle. “I often wonder what my high school self would think of me, and my current predicaments, if she watched my daily routine through a 2017 magic mirror or something.”
Canisius’s Little Theater is putting on two one-act plays this weekend: “Drive In” and “Horse Girls.” The performances, which star many students from campus, will be streamed at 8 p.m. Friday, March 10 and Saturday, March 20 via Facebook
This weekend, Little Theater’s production of “The Lunch Girls” will be live streamed on Zoom and also pre-recorded for viewing the following weekend
Dr. Mick Cochrane is featured once again explaining his reasons for writing inspiration as well as advice to those who are searching for that same motivation
Check out Little Theatres first performance since covid shut down Canisius in the spring.
Meet Lauren Schifley, one of the newest editions to the editors this year
Little Theatre manages to stay active during quarantine by putting on a virtual play.
A Canisius College course taught by Cynthia Stewart reflects our modern-day situation.
Little Theatre’s latest production of “The Magenta Moth” is filled with suspense and plot twists, the cast is very excited about this performance.
The Quadrangle’s editors are taking submissions for the 68th edition, they are looking for poetry, prose, art and photography. Submit to them by Feb. 22.