The Dailey Theatre brought realism to rough economic times with the opening of “Curse of the Starving Class” last weekend.
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Actors whirled about the stage in frenzy as the “Not So Children’s Tales” performance took lead in the tightly packed Dailey Theatre.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Dec. 12, 2008.
Doors slam, actors tumble around the stage and hilarity ensues when a British theater company attempts to put on a show despite an eccentric bunch of characters.
This fall season, the theater department has two plays lined up: “Noises Off” and “Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama’s Hung You in the Closet and I’m Feeling So Sad,” each offering a unique and entertaining experience. The department’s new set will also make a debut and is expected to “wow” audiences.
The Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre was packed with students, parents, friends and faculty as University of La Verne students held a Theater Mini-Festival Monday night.
If you like the secret lives of the cheating spouses from “Desperate Housewives,” then you will sure enjoy “The Rehearsal.”
The University of La Verne’s Department of Theatre Arts’ presentation of “The House of Blue Leaves,” a play by John Guare, was a creative, thrilling and surprising show.
Students, faculty and staff gathered for the opening of the art show “Unconscious Hour” at the Harris Art Gallery April 20.
Nobel Prize winning playwright Harold Pinter is known for his plays about the divided self, and last weekend the University of La Verne Theatre Arts Department brilliantly highlighted six of his plays in the “Echoes of a Master” one act festival at the Cabaret Theater.