University of La Verne student filmmakers showcased their four self-produced short films to other community filmmakers at the sixth annual 909 Film Festival Friday in Benson Auditorium at Pitzer College.
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The lights in the Benson Auditorium dimmed, and the audience silenced in anticipation. Sixteen short but brilliant films were about to play, representing the talented local filmmakers at this year’s 909 Film Festival last Friday night.
Transcendence, unrealized possibilities, breast cancer awareness and self-discovery were only a few of the themes woven throughout “Pink Clouds Over Capricorn meets Cosmic Cupcake Conniption,” a debut combination of two one-woman shows put on by performance artist and University of La Verne alumna April Hava Shenkman March 31 in the Cabaret Theater.
While most of the school cheered on the football team at the Homecoming game, students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered to perform and view excerpts of their most recent work.
Although this area of Pomona is not so vast, the amount of creativity within its borders is astounding.
by Melissa Betsy Lau Editorial Director The house lights of the Cabaret Theatre cast a golden glow on the mosaics lining a small portion of the theatre floor. In close proximity, the real mosaics of the play are situated comfortably in various positions while they rehearse their lines for Samantha Kern’s senior project “Missing Pauses.” […]
Beginning last Monday, the directing class presented a smorgasbord of theatrical treats for the University of La Verne community.
Since arriving at the University of La Verne Theater Arts Department, April Shenkman has had the opportunity to truly experience theater nationally, as well as internationally, in a way that most theater students can only dream of.
A woman cheating on her husband. Siamese twins being separated. Two old friends admitting their love for one another. Too much drama for one night? Try three.
The drama of “Dracula,” the humor of “The Odd Couple” and the tragedy “Hamlet” all have one thing in common — they echoed through theaters of the SuperTents by very talented teenagers last week.