The tragic love story is countrified by Brandi Carlile’s album “Bear Creek” in the Long Beach State production.
“Mud” is a stark and uncompromising drama that shows the bleak reality of everyday life and the wistful hope for a better life just out of reach. Performed by students from Long Beach State’s Theater Arts Department, “Mud” will be opening at the Players Theater, Sept. 13.
The stage floor of the Studio Theater was littered with multi-colored confetti when suddenly the prop gate was raised upwards, transporting the audience to a place that tackles the misogyny of the current, contemporary society head on. The California Repertory Company presented “The Funfair,” a play that’s overall message is[Read More…]
The life and long lasting impact of Harvey Milk, LGBTQ activist and first openly gay politician elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, was brought to life Friday at the California Repertory’s opening performance of “Dear Harvey.” Written by Long Beach State professor Patricia Loughrey and directed by Cal[Read More…]
During the fall semester, California Repertory, the theatre company at Long Beach State, will host a variety of diverse productions. The first show that Cal Rep will be putting on this semester is “Ghosts of Lote Bravo,” which will be on campus from Sep. 20-30. The Daily 49er had a[Read More…]