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Mahogany L. Browne

Noted Writer and Advocate to Receive MMC Honorary Degree


Marymount Manhattan College will bestow an honorary degree on the acclaimed writer and advocate Mahogany L. Browne at its 2024 Commencement ceremony on May 20.

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  • <div class="feature "> <div class="feature__media"> <picture class="lw_image"> <source type="image/webp" srcset="/live/image/gid/100/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/587,180,925,518/24287_Corey_Liberman.rev.1588166994.webp 1x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" srcset="/live/image/gid/100/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/587,180,925,518/24287_Corey_Liberman.rev.1588166994.jpg 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/100/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/587,180,925,518/24287_Corey_Liberman.rev.1588166994.jpg" alt="" width="800" height="800" data-max-w="338" data-max-h="338" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </div> <div class="feature__text"> <h2 class="h3"> <a href="/live/news/3699-cma-professor-corey-liberman-phd-awarded-eca">CMA Professor Corey Liberman, Ph.D., Awarded ECA Teaching Fellowship</a> </h2> <hr class="feature__hr"/> <div class="feature__summary"> Associate Professor of Communication and Media Arts, <a href="/live/profiles/11-corey-jay-liberman">Corey J. Liberman, Ph.D.</a>, has been awarded a 2020 Teaching Fellowship through the <a href="https://www.ecasite.org/aws/ECA/pt/sp/Home_Page" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Eastern Communication Association</a>, a professional organization of scholars, teachers, and students of Communication Studies.  </div> </div> </div>
  • <div class="feature "> <div class="feature__media"> <picture class="lw_image"> <source type="image/webp" srcset="/live/image/gid/102/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,1,200,201/20556_ldnc20.v041.i03.cover.rev.1549920815.webp 1x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" srcset="/live/image/gid/102/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,1,200,201/20556_ldnc20.v041.i03.cover.rev.1549920815.jpg 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/102/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,1,200,201/20556_ldnc20.v041.i03.cover.rev.1549920815.jpg" alt="" width="800" height="800" data-max-w="200" data-max-h="200" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </div> <div class="feature__text"> <h2 class="h3"> <a href="/live/news/2948-history-professor-publishes-organizational">History Professor Publishes “Organizational Barriers to Black Ballet”</a> </h2> <hr class="feature__hr"/> <div class="feature__summary"> Dr. Lauren Brown’s scholarly article <em>‘As Long as They Have Talent’: Organizational Barriers to Black Ballet</em> has been published in popular academic journal <a href="https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/ldnc20">Dance Chronicle</a>. </div> </div> </div>
  • <div class="feature "> <div class="feature__media"> <picture class="lw_image"> <source type="image/webp" media="(max-width: 500px)" srcset="/live/image/gid/163/width/500/height/500/crop/1/6348_hughes_image.rev.1472490813.webp 1x, /live/image/scale/2x/gid/163/width/500/height/500/crop/1/6348_hughes_image.rev.1472490813.webp 2x"/> <source type="image/webp" media="(min-width: 501px)" srcset="/live/image/gid/163/width/800/height/800/crop/1/6348_hughes_image.rev.1472490813.webp 1x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" media="(max-width: 500px)" srcset="/live/image/gid/163/width/500/height/500/crop/1/6348_hughes_image.rev.1472490813.jpg 1x, /live/image/scale/2x/gid/163/width/500/height/500/crop/1/6348_hughes_image.rev.1472490813.jpg 2x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" media="(min-width: 501px)" srcset="/live/image/gid/163/width/800/height/800/crop/1/6348_hughes_image.rev.1472490813.jpg 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/163/width/800/height/800/crop/1/6348_hughes_image.rev.1472490813.jpg" alt="" width="800" height="800" data-max-w="1232" data-max-h="1649" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </div> <div class="feature__text"> <h2 class="h3">Scripts for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, New York, 1962-1965, Las Vegas (undated), MMC Coll. #4, Box #6; Programs for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, New York, 1962-1965, MMC Coll. #4A, Box #5, Folder #53. The George and</h2> <hr class="feature__hr"/> <div class="feature__summary"> <p> I was really interested in the Martins and their extensive involvement in the world of musical theatre all through the late twentieth century. What stuck out most to me in my research process was how many versions of scripts and playbills they had, specifically for <em>A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.</em> Upon looking through the scripts, I noticed there were countless blocking, choreography, and dialogue changes in each, and there was never what would be considered a final script. When I looked through the playbills I noticed a correlation between the changes happening in the script and who was playing the role of Pseudolus; Zero Mostel, a household name for theatre and comedy, originated the role and won a Tony for Best Actor in a Musical. The show’s original run was on Broadway from 1962-1964, with Mostel in the title role for almost the whole two years, and with a run that long there were bound to be changes to accommodate audiences and keep the show fresh for the actors. What I love about this find is it shows how flexible theatre can be to keep a show alive, fresh, and relevant for each new audience as well as the actors. <strong>–Brenna Hughes</strong></p> </div> </div> </div>

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