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.
The play is simple, weird, but amazingly thought out as it stresses the importance that human hands have in people’s lives.
The tragic love story is countrified by Brandi Carlile’s album “Bear Creek” in the Long Beach State production.
During her decades-long career in dance and theater instruction, Cyrus Parker Jeannette rose from teaching improv and choreography classes to becoming dean of Long Beach State’s College of the Arts in 2014.
California Repertory opens their fall 2019 season with Mud, a portrait of ignorance, poverty and desperation. Written by Maria Irene Fornes, Mud is “an unflinching look at rural poverty and the quest for self improvement against all odds.”
Ladders hang from the ceiling in a small, dark room dimly lit by an array of mismatching chandeliers from times gone by. A woman in knee-high fishnets catches your eye. She smiles. A man in knee-high fishnets catches your eye. He winks. A wide array of characters are sleuthing about,[Read More…]
The night before the opening of “Cabaret” had cast and crew alike busy and buzzing, trying to perfect their show. Since early December, the crew has been putting in hours of work a day to get “Cabaret” ready for people to see. Each aspect of California Repertory’s first show of[Read More…]