This rich and exciting season encompasses the full range of theatrical experiences and highlights the multidisciplinary talents of SDA students.
Missed the undergraduate or graduate ceremony? Watch a recording of the live event on YouTube or view a photo recap of the event.
An article in Insight Into Diversity magazine that discusses the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ work in broadening its teaching, training, casting practices, among others.
The Head of Design was nominated for Outstanding Scenic Design for a Play for his work on ‘Clyde’s.’
USC alumni return to their alma mater to watch their children receive degrees of their own.
Alumna Cheryl Wolder shares a fond NBC Live! memory from her time as a student.
Graduating students from the USC School of Dramatic Arts celebrate commencement with keynote addresses from artists BD Wong and Charlayne Woodard.
An SDA playwriting class gets creative after a visit to the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, writing scenes based on a photo collection of a gay wedding that took place in the 1950s in Philadelphia.
The theatrical designer received a nod for Best Scenic Design of a Play for his work on Skeleton Crew, which was announced on Monday.
The Associate Professor of Theatre Practice shares about his role as director of the SDA Professional Development Center, what programming new students should take advantage of and more.
The BS ’22 student, who doubled as a sound designer at SDA, discusses why he decided to work in SDA’s sound program, his favorite theatre projects at USC and more in Q&A series with current students.
On May 6, the USC School of Dramatic Arts recognized the outstanding achievements of several of our students at the 29th annual Awards Ceremony.
The associate professor of scenic design received the USC Associates Award for Artistic Expression.
A collaborative project with the School of Dramatic, Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy, and Open Paths Counseling Center, the Peace Pods provide solitary space for people to decompress from everyday life.
A sweet return for the 1976 Broadway cast, including SDA Professor of Theatre Practice Michele Shay, in support of the new generation performing Ntozake Shange’s play at the Booth Theatre.