Outstanding students, their parents and University of La Verne faculty packed Founders Auditorium Saturday for the annual academic awards ceremony.
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It was a doozie. From the moment the house lights dimmed and the Cabaret became a blue abyss, the characters gave the audience their first dose of comical toxins with a dance entrance that surpassed that of Roger Rabbit.
Utopia: state of ideal perfection. So it is defined. But what happens to authority when they have no one to enforce the rules upon? It’s called “The Police.”
After impressive performances by the theater and music departments, and the exciting exhibits by the art department, ULV is left to wonder what is on tap for this fall.
An evening of romance and intimacy was delivered as Michael Ryan and his multi-talented ensemble of friends played concerts both Friday and Saturday night in Dailey Theatre.
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.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Dec. 7, 2001.
Rehearsals for the production of “Woyzeck” by Georg Buchner have almost come to their conclusion. The play opens December 6 but the process thus far is beyond what the audience sees.
by Jennifer Contreras Editorial Director On an average morning, he would wake up at five and head to Yoga class. After Yoga he would hop on a bus to the harbor. From there he would usually take a boat to an island where he would dance Kathakali. Then he’d take his two-hour bus ride home […]
For weeks, University of La Verne senior Frank Tolentino has been promoting Club Wet, a dance club at the Tiki Room in the Pomona Arts Colony. The first night proved grindin’, but not bumpin’, with about 200 college students in attendance.