Fordham’s own Matthew Maguire, director of the theatre program , is featured in Tuesday’s New York Times in a review of his latest one-man show, Wild Man, currently playing in the East village.
The review calls Maguire an “appealing, talented performer” and says the show is worth the ticket price alone just for the great anecdotes.
“This is the kind of guy you’d love to get stuck with at an airport bar,” writes the reviewer.
Besides directing the theatre program at the Lincoln center campus, Maguire authors and directs plays. He has won two Obies for his work.
You can still catch Wild Man on Tuesday, Jan. 19, Monday, Jan 25 and Tuesday, Jan. 26 at the Wild Project, 195 East Third St, East Village; (212) 352-3101, thewildproject.com.
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