Speakers and workshops will address social justice issues on stage and screen.
The production will serve as the School of Dramatic Arts’ season opening play.
The student production of La Ronde, a scandalous play, opens this Thursday, April 3.
The three shows this week are all presented by the School of Dramatic Arts, but they are all very different pieces of theater. Hopefully you are free to see them all! First up is Museum, directed by professor Jack Rowe and starring the members of the sophomore BFA Acting class. BFA shows are always interesting […]
Playwrights and actors from the Deep Map Theater Company in the School of Dramatic Arts perform Tuesday evening at Ground Zero Performance Café. The event, hosted in celebration of the university’s third annual Earth Week, featured spoken-word poetry, musical performances and one-man acts.
Students made a petition after Joe Anthony and Doug Tompos were put under evaluation.
This weekend brings USC a total of FOUR productions- I hope you have a clear schedule! We have three SDA productions; Mrs. Packard, Morning View and The Most Happy Fella,, and an independent student production The Pink House One Acts. Here’s the run-down: Mrs. Packard by Emily Mann is a very dramatic period piece revolving […]
Students fight back after hearing two professors were put under review by the school.
This weekend kicks off the “season of plays” at USC; from now until the end of the semester, there will be at least two productions every week, with some weeks having as many as four different productions! This weekend brings us to the School of Dramatic Arts official performances. Both are period pieces that deal […]
Zach Kaufer, a USC senior, brings a four-year project to fruition with his play Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Would Not Grow Up.