When one pictures Don Juan, a precise image comes to mind. A dark and mysterious man, clad in a black cape holding a crimson rose between his teeth. Don Juan, the Latin lover; the greatest lover in the world. This stereotype will be transformed by Georgji Paro, director of the Croatian National Theater, and actor […]
For more than two months, patience, hard work and dedication have defined the University of La Verne’s Department of Theatre Arts in its ventures of bringing to life “Don Juan,” a classic comedy by famous French playwright Moliére.
The New Shanghai Circus is based on the Olympic-caliber performance to the 2,500-year history of Chinese acrobatics.
In January and February of each year, regional festivals are showcased by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festivals to encourage and recognize the finest work produced in university and college theater programs. Theater students from the University of La Verne participated in the event, which took place at California State University, Fresno.
In recognition of African-American History Month, the University of La Verne Department of Theatre Arts in conjunction with the Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum and the Steven Kent Institute of Conscious Acting, present John O’Neal in “Stories from the Life and Writing of Junebug Jabbo Jones.”
Steven Kent, a theatre arts professor at the University of La Verne, has embarked on a beneficial journey to enhance students theatrical talents and abilities on stage.
Students at the University of La Verne are known to have close relationships with their professors but not many experience the controversy that threatens their professor’s livelihood and provokes sexual harassment accusations.
The Dailey Theatre at the University of La Verne has been the host of many theatrical productions, but now presents more than just a play.
Steven Kent, adjunct professor of theater arts, is more than just a professor at the University of La Verne. He is accredited as being a director, workshop leader and activist.
“No Exit,” by Jean-Paul Sartre showed for three consecutive nights in the Cabaret Theatre last week.