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Theater student proves ‘Electra’-fying

Senior Rhiannon Cuddy has always had a passion for theater.


Campus arts events for the week of May 5, 2006.

Actors examine human condition

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.

New appreciation for those onstage

My heart was ready to jump out of my skin and my pulse radically increased as I stood in front of a panel of judges and attempted to regurgitate Jane's confession to her psychiatrist from “‘Dentity Crisis” written decades ago.

‘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.”

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