Tag Archive for: Theatre
The “RENT” 25th anniversary tour promises 525,600 minutes of entertainment.
Brand New Theatre's newest production takes a dive into how generational trauma affects one's perception of life.
SDA student Samantha Vargas’ original work grapples with the intersectionality between queerness, femininity and religion
Thirteen students performed improv skits based on stories provided by the audience.
The musical cast of Amélie, A New Musical, adapted from the 2001 French film, performed their pre-broadway show at the Center Theater Group’s Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles.
Hopscotch, the world’s first mobile opera performance, tells a unique tale of lovers burdened with the difficulties of life. Debuting at iconic Los Angeles sites since 2015, Hopscotch was performed in 24 cars that would travel through the city. There were eight scenic routes taken, each telling a different segment of the story. When a […]
Skid Row artists take part in a special edition of REEL Recovery, a nationwide film festival that explores addiction and recovery.
The plot explores the life of a young mathematician who discovers her father’s notes.
The musical charms with a quirky plotline that charts students in a spelling bee.
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 […]