Tag: james darrah

Theater student proves ‘Electra’-fying

Senior Rhiannon Cuddy has always had a passion for theater.

Senior clarinetist blows audience away

With minor complications, grace and a big grin, Christopher Franco performed his senior clarinet recital May 6 to an appreciative audience of friends, family and instructors.

Students break visual boundaries

Students, faculty and staff gathered for the opening of the art show “Unconscious Hour” at the Harris Art Gallery April 20.

Students pay less for plays

Students are aware that college life is expensive. Academics and hectic schedules keep students busy. But when a well-deserved break is needed for entertainment, it is not necessary to overspend to have a good time.

‘Cherry Orchard’ reveals a lively Checkov

Comedy and tragedy are expertly combined in the University of La Verne’s student performance of Anton Chekhov’s masterpiece “The Cherry Orchard.”

Choir sings spirituals in ‘Voice of the People’

Thursday night the University of La Verne chorale and chamber singers held its first concert of this year’s series. It was an informal night of folk music from around the world, including Chinese, Japanese, English, Canadian, Australian and African-American spiritual songs. The performances included upbeat music and mellow arrangements, providing a dynamic range that kept the crowd’s interest.

Latest Stories