Created by Plácido Domingo, L.A. Opera’s new Domingo-Thornton Young Artists program’s presentation of Mozart’s comedy “Cosi fan Tutte” showed that women are just as human as men are; even in a test of fidelity.
It is time to pile into a dingy minivan and drive to the dusky groove of The Black Keys’ seductive new album, “El Camino.”
“Red Noses” is a humorous and moving play, combining death, joy, sorrow, humor, satire, love, singing, and dancing.
“Helene Winer at Pomona,” the second installation of the year-long “It Happened in Pomona” exhibit focuses on Winer’s cutting edge curatorial programs that she presented as gallery director and curator at the Pomona College Museum of Art from the fall of 1970 through the spring of 1972.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Dec. 9, 2011.
The beauty of the written word is being recognized with the establishment of the Poetry club at the University of La Verne.
Dailey Theatre is traveling back in time to 14th Century France for “Red Noses,” which opened last night and runs through Sunday.
Diehard “Twilight” fans across the world rejoiced at the recent release of the latest movie installment, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part One.” Contrary to popular belief among Twihards, the movie does not sparkle nearly as bright as the Cullens’ skin.
The Art Collective is a new group for students who are into the arts, but might have majors in other disciplines.
Tenor Alvaro Renteria performs “Non lo diro col Labbro” by George Frideric Handel at the student recital, featuring accompanist Moh Wei Chen-Hribar, in the Morgan Auditorium last month. Renteria is a junior theater arts major and has the lead role in Dailey Theatre’s production of “The Threepenny Opera” in the spring. / photo by Candice […]