Dry Land, a play about two friends who grow together during trauma, examines what life is like for teen girls in America.
Tag: Theater Arts
From France to Long Beach, “An American in Paris” set to hit CSULB stage
Musical Theatre West brings dance and romance to the Carpenter Performing Arts Center with “An American in Paris,” a musical about art set just after WWII.
Production managers bring performances to the stage
As a production manager, Ashley Boehne Ehlers has to be part safety inspector, part scheduling coordinator and part mentor at her job at CSULB.
Comedy is back at CSULB with Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”
If you’ve never experienced Shakespeare, now’s your chance with his comedy “Twelfth Night.”
The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s lasting impact on LGBTQ+ communities
Theater students from Long Beach State explain their admiration of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and what it has done for the LGBTQ+ community.
CSULB student Eileen Hope Tran immerses herself in theater and embraces life amid challenging year
Eileen Hope Tran is a fourth-year student in the theater arts department who shares that the coronavirus pandemic has been an opportunity to learn more about herself, her passion for theater and to stick to her motto, to live everyday like it’s her last.
Cal Rep’s ‘In The Blood’ reinterprets the classic ‘The Scarlet Letter’
Written by Suzan-Lori Parks, the play is a modern interpretation of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Scarlet Letter” and will be coming to the Players Theater at Long Beach State from Feb. 14 to March 1.
Theater Arts Department opens 2019-20 season with ‘Mud’
“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.
Lauren Woods halts art installation in response to the termination of UAM Director Kimberli Meyer
In response to the sudden termination of Long Beach State University Art Museum Director Kimberli Meyer on Sept. 11, artist Lauren Woods said she will “pause” her project on police brutality, “American MONUMENT.” Over 100 students, staff and faculty gathered in the University Theatre Auditorium Tuesday to hear Woods talk[Read More…]