Student and faculty actors bring stories of discrimination to life — and then it’s the audience’s turn to step up. That’s how the Institute for Theatre & Social Change at the USC School of Dramatic Arts makes it real.
Featuring the SDA community, this Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion series is collection of theatrical vignettes that convey the history of the Black journey in America and across the diaspora.
Five powerful plays to read about the Black American experience, recommended by the SDA Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
For this Black History Month, we asked the School’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion to share a list of works about the Black American experience.
A video spotlight of the School of Dramatic Arts’ Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, which was established in 2017.
Read through the 2021 issue — covering the School’s 75 years of excellence, features on six alumni, Q&A with the dean and more.
Callboard magazine sits down with the new dean, Emily Roxworthy, for a question and answer interview about SDA’s special qualities, the next five years, her work as a scholar and more.
From a new building to full-time hires, scholarships and the 75th celebration, here are the 10 most viewed stories of the year.
A new space that houses the School’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion opened Dec. 7.
The scholar-artist ushers in a “new era of innovation and inclusion.”
Experts discuss how bringing inclusivity and equity into the classroom could change industries for the better.