The associate professor of theatre practice, who has worked on major films like Marvel’s ‘The Avengers,’ shares about her process as a voice and dialect coach and SDA educator.
The BFA ’24 acting major discusses the best advice she’s received at USC, a project that’s impacted her artistry and more in our Q&A series with current students.
Since its launch in 2017, the center has facilitated opportunities for students during the school year and prepared them for what’s to come after graduation.
Athletes entering into the SDA MFA in Acting program learn to let go of the structures of being in sports and build an emotional connection in their newfound craft.
Enjoy a trip down memory lane in the first of three slideshows, which features images and videos from our 75 years of dramatic arts at the University of Southern California.
Faculty member and comedian Wayne Federman talks about the evolution of the art form in a new History of Stand-Up Comedy class.
Alumnus Moonie Ahmed BFA ’82 shares a few snapshots from shows he acted in at SDA.
Callboard magazine recently asked the dean about her professional background, goals for the School and more. Read some of her answers here, and the rest of her interview in the Fall 2021 issue.
A look at how the Trojan Family connects to the legendary late playwright, from screen adaptations to exploring Black heritage.
The actor shares his best USC experience, how to prepare for the professional world and more.