This past weekend I had the chance to see the musical “Inappropriate,” which is being called the next “Rent.” In it, eight teenagers, distraught, troubled and labeled inappropriate by society, express their fears, problems and emotions. Topics of rape, drug abuse, suicide, divorce and sexual identity are all expressed by the different characters.
It requires a warning label for explicit content. It questions sexuality and the meaning of its relations. It is a controversial and sensitive play that is sure to open the eyes of its audiences.
Philosophy. Existentialism. Theater. Criminal law. These four words do not seem to have much in common to most people, but to senior philosophy major Dustin Lorentz, they make perfect sense.
In the directing students class at the University of La Verne, students experienced their first project in their directing careers.
Jessica Wotherspoon has finally surrendered. The University of La Verne senior confronted her doubts and insecurities and declared her major in theater.
Ivica Bojcic is a man of many facades. He is mysterious man who brings life to the world of theater. A man open to the world of endless possibilities.
A week of fun, culture and excitement best characterizes the annual Ashland Shakespeare Festival.
In a world that views terminal illness as painful and heartbreaking, individuals such as Jane Dibbell prefer to take on the perspective that the experiences may also be a blessing.
With Christmas vacation approaching, people often do not know what to do with the extra time on their hands.
The play “Life is a Dream” opens at the University of La Verne’s Dailey Theatre tonight, with many people anticipating the success of this 17th century play from the Spanish Golden Age.