Showrunners Anthony Sparks and Sara Finney-Johnson work to create positive depictions of Black life on screen.
The School participates in a 30-day challenge, the SDA Anti-Racism & Advocacy Challenge, which inspired by the Justice in June initiative.
Funded by the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, this endowed award is a first for the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ BFA Musical Theatre program.
Office will offer programming and serve as space to empower collaborative and cultural innovation.
Speakers Michelle Jones Simms and Ngoc Nguyen encourage students with ways in which they can be a part of creating a fair and dignified workplace during a conversation in spring.
The USC School of Dramatic Arts strengthens its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion with the help of its community.
Institute for Theatre & Social Change’s MIS/TAKEN IDENTITIES conference reaffirms the power of theatre to encourage change.
An overarching action plan the School has established as it endeavors to stand for the principles of inclusivity and equity in our classrooms, on our stages and in the university at large.