When it comes to comedy, being funny isn’t everything. Spoiler Alert brings depth, character and narrative technique to their unique brand of improv.
Professor Rena M. Heinrich’s new book explores the lives and work of mixed-race Asian playwrights and performers in American theatre from the nineteenth century to the present.
For our Alumni Q&A series, Manuel Prieto BFA ’12 talks about arts administration, his new role at Boston Court Pasadena and why aspiring artists should see 52 plays a year.
For more than fifty years, SDA alumna Deirdre Andrews has been spreading the love of theatre through the La Jolla Young Actors Workshop.
Vice Dean Lori Ray Fisher talks back to school tips for students, what she’s looking forward to this academic year and all about her deep Trojan roots.
The School of Dramatic Arts welcomed new students and their parents with a series of events at this year’s Welcome Week.
New faculty member Melissa Treinkman brings her passion for teaching, research and musical theatre to SDA.
Three recent SDA alumni forged a bond after discovering they had all worked as stage managers on Broadway’s critically acclaimed revival of Into the Woods.
Edgar Landa talks about his upcoming classes, staging violence in Richard III and conquering the world of extreme endurance competitions.
A panel of writer-actors and a documentarian gathered to discuss how to develop a career in writing at 2023’s final Multihyphenate Masterclass.