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Screaming, weeping and laughter could be heard echoing from the Jane Dibbell Cabaret as students attempted to submerge themselves in the meaning of sad and silly.
The Cal Poly Pomona Department of Theater Arts presented student written-and-directed one acts last weekend, showcasing five unique tales dealing with realistic and out-of-this-world circumstances.
William Shakespeare’s classic comedy “Twelfth Night,” which opened last night, should delight audience members.
The production of “The Vagina Monologues” is back at the University of La Verne with new interpretations and entertainment for everyone.
Excitement, joy, peace and anger were some of the feelings displayed on stage at the “10-Minute Play Festival 2010.” in the Dom’s Lounge at the Smith Campus Center at Pomona College.
Not a single soul present in Friday night’s audience at the University of La Verne’s Dailey Theatre was left unmoved by the theater arts department’s rendition of the 2007 Pulitzer Award-winning drama, “Rabbit Hole.”
The theater arts department debuted Federico Garcia Lorca’s challenging play “Bodas de Sangre,” or “Blood Wedding,” last weekend, and the production was explosive.
The Spanish tragedy “Blood Wedding,” will be brought to life in the Dailey Theater at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, as well as Nov 12-14.
Senior theater major Jordan Wycoff,directed “Eternity” as her senior thesis project. The final performance was held on Oct. 24 in the Cabaret with a full house. The rock and roll ballad featured a number of students from the University.