Tag - Department of Theatre

Can You Tell Me How to Get … to a Completely Different Street? Chapman theatre students gain unique skills by taking a racy puppetry turn onto "Avenue Q."
Monsters Among Us Beasts old and new take the stage in Chapman University's 2018-2019 theatre season.
Gender-bending ‘Othello’ to open at Chapman University Shakespeare's tragedy is explored in a lineup of campus events.
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Theatre alumna finds surprising path to success on ‘Jane the Virgin’
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It’s an encore visit for alumnus Matthew McCray, guest director for ‘Machinal’
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Professor sails away on a magical mystery sea tour for January break
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It’s no joke — new improv class offers skills everyone needs
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‘Spring Awakening’ promises to heat up the stage with sex, angst and rock ‘n’ roll
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Taking stage direction from a Broadway pro is all in a morning’s class for students
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Fall for the wit in Noel Coward’s ‘Present Laughter’ at Waltmar this season
Audiences attending "Stage Door" will be greeted by a lobby display timeline created by the dramaturgy class taught by Jocelyn L. Buckner, Ph.D., assistant professor. Pictured are, back row, left to right, Professor Buckner, Peyton Ashby, Jessica Mason, Gabbie Boyadjian, Britt Keller and Robyn Mack. Front row, left to right, are Brynn Nelson, Isabelle Grimm, Colby Sostarich, Jenna Selby.
Start spreading the news — dramaturgy students help make ‘Stage Door’ the real deal