A campaign has begun to rename the Little Theatre at SUNY Broome (Broome Community College) for longtime theater professor and director Angelo Zuccolo, who died last month. This type of initiative needs input from various constituencies: faculty, students, alumni, community individuals. You can send letters of support to Dean of Liberal Arts Michael Kinney with a copy to Francis L. Battisti, Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer (Acting). BCC’s mailing address is 907 Upper Front St., Binghamton, NY 13905. Also, an Angelo Zuccolo Memorial Scholarship has...Read more
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By Nancy Oliveri Binghamton lost a piece of its soul yesterday (May 15 ) when Angelo Zuccolo died suddenly of a heart attack. Many people remember “Ange” from his long tenure at Broome Community College as theater professor and director of department productions at the Little Theatre there, but he was also a poet and the author of several books celebrating the Italian experience. He continued to teach conversational Italian and a few other subjects for BCC's community education program, and he facilitated a group on spiritual empowerment...Read more
Reviewed by Sarah Roche I really wanted to love this play. It was right up my alley -- a local playwright, a local premiere with the college theater group, an intimate setting in BCC’s Little Theatre, a $3 ticket fee and a comedy based on Internet dating. I had been looking forward to this show all week. (more…)...
Administrators from Broome Community College and the Roberson Museum and Science Center say their newly expanded partnership is the ideal way to support both institutions’ missions to become more vitally involved in the community. Patti Evans, program coordinator of BCC’s Art and Design program, and Terry McDonald, Roberson’s executive director, are equally enthusiastic over a successful start to a fall semester in which an estimated 30 percent of BCC’s Art and Design classes are being taught at the museum in Binghamton.