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Powell’s ‘Agony’ unleashed

Professor of English William Cook’s latest work, “The Agony of Colin Powell,” will premiere in three performances staged at the University of La Verne this weekend.

‘In the Blood’ is the modern day scarlet letter

The word “SLUT” is written boldly across a wall of a trash-filled stage as students, faculty and community members rushed into the Pomona College Seaver Theatre for “In the Blood,” a tragedy on contemporary social issues.

Tale of love destined for the Fringe

Students in the theater department are taking a new twist on the traditional senior project by breaking free from the educational realm and entering the world of professional theater as they enter the 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

‘Happy Days’ takes audience back to the ’50s

Nostalgia and charm filled the room as “Happy Days,” the musical, made its debut at Tibbies Center Stage Theater in Fontana selling out every performance this season.

‘Corrie’ presents a voice for peace

‘Corrie’ presents a voice for peace

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.

Theater Review: ‘American Idiot’ fights ordinary beat

“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.

V-Day gives women a voice

The vagina is beautiful – it is dressed with brightly colored clothes and Harry Winston diamonds while moaning, “take me.” It is not solely a woman’s body part; beyond its prescribed reputation it is her identity, her soul and her demeanor. At least that is what Saturday night’s “Vagina Monologues” displayed.

Please silence your cell phones

Please silence your cell phones

There is nothing more annoying than being in a theater with a person who lights up the darkness with the blue glow of their smart phone. Or even worse, when they answer a call and hold an entire conversation during the most serious part of the story.

Performer articulates ‘Life on the Swerve’

Performer articulates ‘Life on the Swerve’

Rhodessa Jones entered Garrison Theater at Scripps College as a devil-type character to begin her performance of “Life on the Swerve: Observations from That Place Where the World Ends” on Tuesday.

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