Molloy College in the News
May 3, 2018 - LIHerald
Molloy College recently opened its new Manhattan Center, home for the Molloy/CAP21 theatre arts program. The center features new state-of-the-art studios occupying the entire fourth floor of the historic building at 50 Broadway. The new studios are specifically designed to suit all of the program's needs for both instruction and performances.
The Rockville Centre college celebrated the Manhattan facility's opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception that included Molloy students, faculty and staff, as well as board members, alumni and other invited guests.
"This beautiful space is what we had always envisioned for our theatre students," Molloy President Drew Bogner said in a statement. "We also expect that we can use our new Manhattan Center in a variety of other ways, including symposiums and conferences."
Don't miss the Molloy/CAP21 students perform the American classic, On the Town
Performances at The Madison Theatre
This 1945 American Classic Musical follows the whirlwind adventures of three out-of-town sailors loose in New York City for 24 hours. This hilarious romp, originally created and staged by Jerome Robbins to one of Leonard Bernstein's most luminous dance scores featuring such standard tunes as New York, New York, You've Got Me, Come Up To My Place and Some Other Time. Don't miss this mad-cap story of our three lusty sailors, the girls they meet, and the scrapes they get into as they come up against a delightful gallery of New York denizens as they take bite after bite of the Big Apple.