The theater department explored the struggles of poverty and grief that cholos and cholas face in East Los Angeles in their adaptation of Luis Alfaro’s play “Eletcricidad.”
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The question as to why the renowned theoretical physicist Werner Heisenberg traveled from Berlin, Germany, to Copenhagen, Denmark, to meet his former mentor, physicist Niels Bohr, in 1941 has been an ongoing discussion among scholars for decades, and it is also the subject matter of the University of La Verne production of Michael Frayn’s Tony […]
Students from the theater department held their second Cabaret LIVE! event Wednesday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre.
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.
“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 […]
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.
William Shakespeare will take center stage at Dailey Theatre tonight as the theater department presents “The Merchant of Venice.”