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‘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.”

Audience connects with ‘Trojan Women’

After three long years of careful planning, several months of casting and intense rehearsals, audience members were able to witness James Darrah’s visions take shape on stage during the production of his senior thesis, “The Trojan Women.” The production was presented to an overwhelming turnout in the University of La Verne’s Cabaret Theatre last weekend.

One-act festival launches flights of fancy

Variety proved to be the overall theme at the 2005 University of La Verne Directing Studio One Act Festival. Student and faculty directors, designers and actors participated in the plays, which ranged from physical comedy to intense drama, as well as everything in between.

Dreamy new play won’t put you to sleep

International theater director Georgij Paro shined a new light on the University of La Verne’s theatre department with a dramatic play called “Life’s a Dream,” written by the Spanish playwright Pedro Calderon de la Barca performed this week.

Senior theses light up the stage

Two of the University of La Verne’s talented seniors performed their theses in a double feature showcase March 31, April 1 and April 2 at the Cabaret Theatre.

On the Calendar

Campus and community events for the week of April 1, 2005.

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