Theater

‘The Thanksgiving Play’ challenges tradition

The theatre department’s production of “The Thanksgiving Play” opened last night and runs this weekend and next just in time for the holiday.

Theater presents interactive horror plays

The theater department is taking an interactive theatrical approach to haunted houses in “The Walls Speak,” which runs through Sunday. The walk-through attraction is a collaboration between Bello’s Haunts and the department.

Performers deliver a magical night at La Verne Brewing Co.

Friends and family came together at the La Verne Brewing Co. Saturday night to watch the magician Michael Mirth, who shared the stage with performers Miss Orchid Mei and Chris Herren as Faust. 

‘Cyrano de Bergerac’ captures hopeless romanticism and insecurity

The department of theatre arts wrapped its opening weekend of classic play “Cyrano de Bergerac,” with shows on April 20, 21 and 22 in Dailey Theatre. 

‘Cyrano de Bergerac’ play opens this weekend

Senior theater major Julieta Del Toro, as Roxanne, and senior business administration and theater major Nickolas Mclean, as Cyrano, rehearse “Cyrano de Bergerac” Wednesday in Dailey Theatre.

‘Dracula’ keeps audience on edge

The University of La Verne Department of Theater Arts presented a student-directed production of “Dracula,” adapted from the Bram Stoker book, last week in Dailey Theatre. 

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