When doing business in a foreign country, a businessman should always make sure nothing gets lost in translation, except that is certainly not the case in “Chinglish,” a play by David Henry Hwang and directed by Jeff Liu, currently running in the East West Players in Downtown Los Angeles.
Issues such as eating disorders, divorce, single motherhood, victim blaming and alcoholism were portrayed Wednesday through Saturday as the final projects of the Theatre and Community course taught by Steve Kent and Alma Martinez in Jane Dibbel Cabaret.
University of La Verne theater students are immersing themselves in the Los Angeles theater scene by participating in the annual Hollywood Fringe Festival happening in June.
For any person who longs to create — whether it be a writer, a photographer, a designer, a musician, or in this case, an artist — the best type of inspiration comes from when you surrender yourself to the thing that you are most afraid of.
“Mission Selvaggio” is a play that will not only capture your mind, but may even bring out your imaginative state and creative ability.
Samba, Brazilian culture and comedy hit the stage in the theater department’s latest production, “The Dog’s Will” by Brazilian playwright Ariano Suassuna.
Kayla Hockman Staff Writer The theater department hosted five student directed plays Thursday and Friday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theater. The short plays were the final product of the six-student spring directing class. The class gave six students six weeks to prepare, cast and direct a short, 25-minute one-act production. Auditions for the shows […]
Murder, sex and alcohol are three issues a poet is confronted with in the German play “Baal,” written by Bertolt Brecht and translated into English by Peter Mellencamp.
The University of La Verne theater department presented the powerful story of the “Flower Society,” inspired by true events of homeless people last week in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre.
Stomping and frustrated German teens in wild haircuts, Doc Martens and 19th-century garb wailed their hearts out to a contemporary score in Pomona College’s rocking production of “Spring Awakening,” which ran Nov. 20-23 at Seaver Theatre in Claremont.