Faculty member Amrita Dhaliwal talks about balancing humor and seriousness, using comedy for social change and being Keynote Speaker at this year’s USC APIFSA meeting.
“Storytelling Matters”: Oscar nominee America Ferrera accepts School of Dramatic Arts’ Multihyphenate Award
The USC School of Dramatic Arts honored award-winning actress, writer, producer and activist America Ferrera with the second annual Multihyphenate Award.
In February, Fourth Quarter All-Stars hosted Sketchella, the West Coast’s premiere college comedy festival, at the Massman Theatre.
Professor Sharon Marie Carnicke’s new book is a unique creation that grounds Stanislavsky’s teachings in historical context while demonstrating their use for the modern actor.
The USC Alumna will be honored at the event that celebrates artists whose career embraces versatility and innovation.
Justin and Robin Doran have dedicated a space in the new Dramatic Arts Building for production students, the backstage heroes who make up an essential part of the creative team.
Inspired by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., students use song, dance, video and poetry to shine light on their challenges and triumphs.
Interim Director of the BFA in Musical Theatre program MaryAnn Hu’s training in meditation and mindfulness helps her create the opportunities for empathy and connection that can only be found in theatre.
For our Alumni Q&A series, Kieran Gopaul MA ’13 talks about change and movement, his work in strategic communications and the importance of having a support system in the professional world.
Impulse Theatre Company’s focus on contemporary realist pieces helps the group explore inclusivity and identity on stage.