Two students, one love for stage

Freshmen Nichole Mhoon and S. Baker Eatmon agree on many things. They both prefer the stage in Founders Auditorium to the one in Dailey Theatre. They love the art of pantomime. And, rich or poor, they plan to be involved in theater for the rest of their lives.

Play combines romance, comedy

This semester two students from the theater department have put together an exciting play called The Lover for their senior thesis project.

Fall productions include Twelfth Night, Haunted House

From Harold Pinter’s The Lover, to a spooky and chilling Haunted House, to Shakespeare’s comedic Twelfth Night, the Theatre Arts Department has planned an exciting semester for students and staff.

Skillfull Portrayals Help Keep Theater Presentation Afloat

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.

Sattiewhite Rids Obstacles to Find Success in Music, Theater Loves

"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.

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