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Dead babies and dysfunctional families color the comedy “The Marriage of Bette and Boo.” The University of La Verne Department of Theatre Arts cast performed the black comedy with intelligence and vulnerability as they dealt with issues regarding alcoholism, postpartum depression and verbal domestic violence.
In his Introduction to Theatrical Directing class, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Sean Dillon equips his students with the tools necessary to brave hurdles on stage.
On Saturday at Pomona College the Outdoor Education Center hosted the Eighth Annual Reel Rock Film Festival to promote this adventurous activity.
Campus and community art events for the week of Nov. 22, 2013.
Those words will be forever echoing in my ears after last night – the night I had been waiting over four months for, the night that was filled with bright lights, loud music and screaming fans. The night I saw Mayday Parade.
The University of La Verne campus was roaring Saturday night with the noise of the home football game, but inside Morgan Auditorium the sounds of the violins crying and pianos playing filled the acoustics of the room.
An evening of talented vocal and piano performers at the University of La Verne showcased 12 of its applied music students for the year’s first student recital last Friday.
Three of D’Mark’s five pieces from his oil color paintings, “When I am god,” are on loan until the end of 2014 in the West Gallery in the Campus Center.
Campus and community art events for the week of Nov. 15, 2013.
The theater department’s production of Christopher Durang’s “The Marriage of Bette and Boo” brings the black comedy to new dimensions.