A wedding is a day to remember, a day to cherish and a day to run all around France looking for “An Italian Straw Hat.” Mistaken identities, confusion and bad luck greets the players at every twist and turn of the plot. This is one action-packed, slanderous and up beat wedding that all should witness.
A behind-the-scenes look at Dailey Theatre’s production of “An Italian Straw Hat.”
With his checkered shirt that reminds one of the fashions of the ’70s and his wild, white hair, Georgji Paro, director of the Croatian National Theater, looks like what most people would imagine an artist to look like.
“Obstinate Nubian Essence” (“O.N.E.”) is a combination of literal meanings which, when combined, mean a biographical reflection of senior LaVelle Wilson’s life.
Several hundred “phans” of Andrew Lord Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” have crowded the seats of the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles during the last 11 weeks to witness the fifth-longest running musical in history.
People who look for love and the meaning of life have the opportunity to join the cast of William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” on its quest for happiness this month.
Students and teachers alike from the University of La Verne have the opportunity to be foreign exchange participants and study abroad through the University to enhance their educational experience.
The propeller noise from a flying harbinger of death cuts through the silence. Shots ring out. Masked men and women start running for their lives.
Romeo and Jeannette, Dailey Theatre’s latest offering that was presented Dec. 1-5, is not the story of two sisters who take their sibling rivalry a step beyond to vie for the affections of the same gentleman.
“La Verne is what you make it, and I’m learning to make it a hell of a lot better for myself,” said Renee Sattiewhite, a junior at the University of La Verne.