Category - Arts and Entertainment

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Appalachian Awakening Documentarian Sally Rubin trains her lens on the shallow stereotypes of a region and ends up diving deeply into a whole new conversation.

Sally Rubin was determined to get to know Appalachia – to untie the knot and disentangle the misconceptions that attach themselves to the region. But first she had to find her way there.

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Drama from the Front Lines Annette Bening, Ed Asner and Gary Cole will star in a Veterans Day production of ‘If All the Sky Were Paper’ at Musco Center.

The mark of a compelling story is that it’s told over and over, sometimes even to the same listeners, who often hear something new in each retelling. So it is with “If All the Sky Were Paper,” a play by Chapman...

Chapman Radio Included in Princeton Review’s List of Top 20 Campus Radio Stations

Chapman Radio has once again been included in The Princeton Review’s list of the top 20 “Best College Radio Stations.” The student-run station ranked No. 17 on the recently released 2019 list. The rankings are drawn...

Daniel Emmet ‘15 Makes It To “AGT” Finale The Chapman vocal performance alumnus will perform in the last round of the competition on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. (Pacific).

After singing through four nerve-wracking rounds on the NBC entertainment television series “America’s Got Talent” (AGT), Daniel Emmet ’15 will compete in the season finale Tuesday, Sept. 18, as one of the top 10 acts...

History Artfully Portrayed 'Visions of Chapman' mural by artist Higgy Vasquez is ready for unveiling at Sept. 12 reception.

Unveiling this month at Chapman University is a new mural depicting the history, people and neighborhood life that helped shape the University and its surrounding community. “Visions of Chapman” by Orange County artist...

A Wild Ride to “America’s Got Talent” It's crunch time for Chapman Alumnus Daniel Emmet '15, a wild card in 'AGT' talent competition.

He learned a new song in an hour — in Italian, no less. He wowed the audiences. But the judges said no. Then the entertainment roller coaster that is “America’s Got Talent” came roaring back, and a...

Chapman Connections Take the Stage Alumni write and produce a new play for London theatre.

The three theatre majors in Chapman’s College of Performing Arts never crossed paths at the University. Which isn’t so remarkable, since they came and went at different times. What’s special, though, is that the alumni...

From Choral Campers to Counselors Inspired by mentors, many choral campers return to Chapman to help lead the next generation in song.

They arrive as teenagers, just beginning to find their voices. But many of the high school students who have flocked to campus the last seven summers for the Chapman University Choral Music Camp return, again and again...

Hilbert Museum of California Art receives gift of eight paintings by Disney master Works by Eyvind Earle will be added to permanent collection

Eyvind Earle (1916-2000) – artist, illustrator, author, poet and recipient of the prestigious Disney Legend award — is probably best known to the general public as the man responsible for the styling, color and...

Women and Video Streaming Shake Up the Entertainment Industry Dodge College hosted its 19th annual Women in Focus conference on campus.

With so much gender-centered turbulence within the entertainment industry recently through the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, it is easy to see that the dialogue around how women are wronged and disadvantaged is long...