The BFA ’22 design student shares about her roles in two student groups, the bond she has with her cohort, adapting her skills to other fields and more.
In our Alumni Q&A series, we caught up with JP Karliak BA ’03 to find out about the alum’s many projects currently in the works, running the USC Lambda LGBT Alumni Association, advice to current students and more.
Professor Oliver Mayer shares about how the new MFA Dramatic Writing and Acting collaboration, New Theatre for Right Now, came to fruition.
An USC International Artists Fellow, the MFA Dramatic Writing ’22 student shares about exciting projects she’s working on (including New Theatre for Right Now) and more.
J. August Richards BFA ’95, Deborah Ann Woll BFA ’07 and Karan Soni BA ’11 share about their paths after graduation and keeping connected with college friends.
The adjunct faculty member talks about what skills lighting designers need today, working with production students on the virtual experience P.O.P.’s “The White Plague,” television shows for designers to watch and more.
Alumni Kourosh Gohar BFA ’95, Mona Raffle BA ’03 and Tracy Tutor BA ’98 share the many was their School of Dramatic Arts training has propelled their careers outside of their college studies.
The BFA Musical Theatre student shares what she hopes she will get out of her degree, setting her own path, being a speaker for the African American community and more.
The multi-award-winning actor talks about the importance of “yes,” her approach to comedy and drama, and more during the virtual event in fall.
A Backstage magazine discussion with SDA co-head of undergraduate acting and associate dean of admissions about applying and what the School looks for.