October 11, 2014 - 1:42pm
The Spanish Action League hopes to shed light on social issues at the Community Folk Art Center.

Director Jose Miguel Hernandez Hurtado is holding two dolls in front of him: a four-foot long Black Raggedy Anne-type doll and a White doll, undisturbed in her original packaging. In the fluorescent-lit multipurpose room of LA LIGA’s, the Spanish Action League of Onondaga County, office, each child in the Latino Youth Troupe gives his or her reasons for liking the doll in Spanish.

November 20, 2013 - 1:41am
Review: The Community Folk Art Center's production of the play 'When We Were Wanderers' focuses on race and gender issues with personal vignettes devised by the actors and director.

When We Were Wanderers, presented by the Department of African American Studies and the Syracuse University Community Theater Program, is a powerful portrayal of the role race and gender still play in society in 2013.

November 17, 2013 - 10:03pm
Review: The student cast members of "Translations" deliver commendable performances despite the unique challenge of speaking in different languages and in different accents.

"Translations", Syracuse University Drama’s second production of the season, tackles the issues of language and culture in Ireland in 1833, highlighting the power of language to unite or divide and its tie to heritage.

November 6, 2013 - 5:15pm
Review: Syracuse Stage's production of 'Scorched' grapples with heavy themes of family history and war.