Just three years ago, Andrew Burnap was performing Shakespeare onstage at URI's Robert E. Will Theatre. This summer, the recent Yale School of Drama grad took his acting skills to a somewhat larger venue—New York City’s Central Park—in the Shakespeare in the Park production of “Troilus and Cressida.” Andrew spent a month in the title role of Troilus, a young prince who seeks the affection of Cressida in one of Shakespeare’s most rarely produced plays. He has come a long way from his days starring in...
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In his latest blog post, President Dooley reflects on recent events, what it means to be an American today, and why "Black Lives Matter" matters.
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