USC senior Tahnee Caldrez adapted a playwriting assignment into her own play.
Christopher Plummer’s A Word Or Two is now playing to adoring Ahmanson audiences.
Passion Play presents the story of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion in a three-part production.
The Odd Couple, Female Version, is an adaptation of the classic Neil Simon play.
Changes in the Mating Strategies of White People explores the radical shift in how members of modern society approach dating.
The play, which tells the stories of nearby residents, will hold four performances at the 24th Street Theater in Downtown Los Angeles.
The theatrical rendition of the 1994 animated epic film returns to the iconic theater in Hollywood for the first time since 2003.
The Columnist juxtaposes the experiences of Joseph Alsop, a reactionary reporter during Vietnam, with today’s media climate.
The theater production, currently showing at A Noise Within in Pasadena, features beautiful sets and thoughtful lighting design.
Shakespeare’s Macbeth will open Halloween night at USC’s Massman Theatre. The play, produced by Independent Student Productions, takes a creative approach to Macbeth by shifting the gender dynamics and presenting the play in a timeless setting. The director, Elisabeth Morgan, a senior majoring in theatre and English, drew inspiration from studying abroad in London. After […]