On May 7, the USC School of Dramatic Arts celebrated the outstanding achievements of several of our students at the 28th annual Awards Ceremony.
As part of a Q&A series with our adjunct faculty, the USC School of Dramatic Arts asked Julián Juaquín Conde his recent film and television work, staying curious, returning to SDA as a lecturer and more.
The award-winning actor, director, playwright and producer, can currently be seen starring alongside Viola Davis and the late Chadwick Boseman in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.”
A clowning workshop from SDA professor is just one way the university is focusing on wellness, self-care and stress management this semester.
C.J. Craig BA ’23 discusses being an acting emphasis, his projects in the School of Cinematic Arts, his favorite memory at USC and more in this 10 Questions series with current students.
Emily Roxworthy, champion of diversity and interactive theatre, named dean of USC School of Dramatic Arts
Currently the associate dean of the Graduate Division at the University of California, San Diego, Roxworthy will join USC in July.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, with five Academy Award nominations, is the latest example from the SDA alum’s respected producing career.
Academy award winner Forest Whitaker one of five to be honored by SDA at benefit celebrating 75 years of academics and artistry
Additional awardees include Michele Dedeaux Engemann, Grant Heslov and his company Smokehouse Pictures, Greg Holford and Donald Webber, Jr.
“Sacrifice Zone: Los Angeles” uses theatre and media arts to explore climate change in the community
Playwright and librettist Paula L. Cizmar harnesses theatre arts to explore the stories at the heart of sacrifice zones.
In our Alumni Q&A series, we caught up with Kate Cannova BA ’03 in which she shares about her love for producing, her life-changing experience at SDA, advice to students and more.