A powerful position can have its pitfalls, which Colin Powell learned as the first African American to serve as Secretary of State. This was the story told in the play “The Agony of Colin Powell,” starring Lavelle Wilson, Friday and Saturday in Dailey Theatre.
The audience of about 50 on Saturday night in Morgan Auditorium learned the inspirational goals and heavy impact Rachel Corrie had during her 23 years alive.
Sabrina Consiglio, a sophomore theater major, works on the set for the theater program’s next play, “The House of Atreus,” which opens May 3.
“Green Day’s American Idiot” gives what fans have been looking for: a medium that provides a visual element for the album as cast members preach the testaments of Billie Joe.
A twisted plot line and a smidgeon of humor are just some of the reasons why senior theater arts major Daniel Bride chose “The Pillowman” for his directing thesis.
“The Pillowman,” an Irish play written by Martin McDonagh, was adapted to American theater and is being brought to the University of La Verne by Danny Bride for his senior project.
The classic musical “Three Penny Opera,” script by Bertolt Brecht and music by Kurt Weil, has been updated and set in modern day Los Angeles Harbor by the University of La Verne’s theater department.
“Red Noses” is a humorous and moving play, combining death, joy, sorrow, humor, satire, love, singing, and dancing.
Dailey Theatre is traveling back in time to 14th Century France for “Red Noses,” which opened last night and runs through Sunday.
Halloween is a time of ghosts, scares and the paranormal to come to the front of everyone’s mind and surround themselves with the unknown world of the supernatural.