Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 24, 2008.
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Diversity Week sponsored by the Multicultural Club Council showcased the play “Horizon Line.”
What began as a performance about the correlations between sexuality and belonging to a community ended up in a heart-filled personal story about expressing and accepting one’s true identity.
An older woman walks in and sits down. The wrinkles on her hands are only a reflection of the history she helped change.
Locals and visitors gathered at Pomona College to discover the correlation between the nature of human beings and political theater.
Fast-paced black and white video clips of an old-fashioned printing press and a busy newsroom set the stage for “ImMEDIAte Theatre,” an entirely improvised comedy show produced by Pasadena Playhouse’s Furious Theatre Company, as five actors quickly shuffled through newspapers and recreated the most and least eminent stories of the week.
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.
The hit musical “Forever Plaid,” originally written, directed and choreographed by Stuart Ross, guided the audience on a nostalgia-based trip down memory lane through performances of a variety of doo-wop hits from the 1950s to early 1960s on Friday night at the Candlelight Pavilion Dinner Theater in Claremont.
On March 30, the University of La Verne was privileged to have the group, the Five Lesbian Brothers, perform and lecture in the Cabaret Theatre during the Engendering Diversity and Community Conference.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 3, 2003.