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Campus and community arts events for the week of Feb. 10, 2012.
“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.
On Nov. 10, the Black Student Union hosted its fourth annual Open Mic Night in Dailey Theatre.
The University of La Verne’s tents received a cleaning by workers from the Industrial Structure Cleaning Company last Friday. Cameron Campbell was strapped to a harness so he could scale the tent while he washed the top of the Dailey Theatre. The cleaning was in preparation for the Inauguration of President Devorah Lieberman today.
Laughter, gasps and sobs are all that can communicate Kevin Greene’s senior thesis performance of Paula Vogel’s “The Baltimore Waltz” put on by the theater department.
The students of the theater and community class have combined their individual passions for theater into a string of eight performances called “The Power of Hope” that push ignored issues into the limelight.
The new production offers an audience member a look into the taboo, yet interesting topic of sin.
In May, the theater department will put on “The Screens,” which displays an intricate panel stage, crafted by students under the guidance of the new technical director, Alan Tollefson.
Snaps, daps and roaring cheers filled Dailey Theatre on Tuesday evening for an open mic night hosted by the members of the Black Student Union. Around 70 students and outside supporters filled the building to experience the talents of more than 20 poets, singers and even a beat-boxer, all accomplished in their own right.