Scott Faris looks to add his own touch to beloved plays this season at SDA.
The USC Musical Theatre Repertory premieres its first show of the year Thursday.
The Musical Theater Repertory prepares for latest student production.
The festival began Thursday night and will continue through the weekend.
Los Angeles is the touring company’s third stop on its national tour since closing on Broadway in August after a two-year run.
The production features Jim Henson-style puppets and a hilarious premise.
The play — performed entirely by SDA seniors — is about a quaint diner, its neighborly inhabitants, a couple of tourists and the unstable war veteran who takes them hostage.
The gripping drama opens at SDA’s Scene Dock Theatre Friday.
On Friday, the Musical Theatre Repertory at USC presented Edges, a song-cycle musical comprised of individual songs performed in a sequence and written by songwriting duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. The musical is made up of 15 songs: Each song contains unrelated stories and characters, but still possesses similar coming-of-age themes that are indelibly […]
The play is one of the last productions this season at the School of Dramatic Arts.