Rachel Bloom discussed her writing, acting, singing, comedy and more with professor Karen Tongson, chair of Gender & Sexuality Studies, during an event co-sponsored by the School of Dramatic Arts.
A triple minor, the BA ’22 student talks about learning the arts and business, the knowledgeable faculty and more.
As part of a Q&A series with our adjunct faculty, the USC School of Dramatic Arts asked Debra De Liso about starting out in the profession, rewarding aspects of teaching and more.
Funded by the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, this endowed award is a first for the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ BFA Musical Theatre program.
An inaugural member of the Musical Theatre program, the BFA ’23 student talks about why she chose her major, being fearless when it comes to performing and more.
The celebrated performers, producers and directors taught a masterclass and shared about navigating the business.
The BFA ’21 lighting design student talks about Los Angeles, his biggest learning experience, what he would do if he had more time at SDA and more.
Office will offer programming and serve as space to empower collaborative and cultural innovation.
Alana Bright stars in the HBO Max’s ‘Homeschool Musical: Class of 2020’ and Nia Sarfo stars in the Netflix’s ‘Giving Voice.’
As part of a Q&A series with our adjunct faculty, the USC School of Dramatic Arts asked Stevie Johnson about being an SDA alumnus, the Public Speaking as Performance class he teaches and more.