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.
Emotional breakdowns, laugh fests and an overlay of lisps are just some of the exhilarating aspects of the theater department’s musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”
University of La Verne alumnus Kristopher Lee Bicknell’s one-man show “Dramatis Personae” astonished the audience in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret last weekend.
Members of Shakespearean improv group A Horse perform Sept. 20 in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret.
“The Laramie Project,” performed by the theater department, shared a poignant message about a hate crime that happened in the city of Laramie, Wyoming back in 1998.
The ULV Theater Department released its last set of directing projects last week.
Julia Reinhard Lupton, professor of Shakespeare Studies at UC Irvine, spoke at the “Sovereigns, Citizens and Saints: An Introduction to ‘Measure for Measure’” lecture as a part of the La Verne Shakespeare Experience prior to the Saturday performance of “Measure for Measure.”
The main characters in William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” deal with both internal and external conflict surrounded by their own greed, virtues and indicative morals.
Cynicism, bitterness, secret identities and manipulation are some of the themes explored in Shakespeare’s comedy “Measure For Measure,” which opens April 24 in the Dailey Theatre.