Category: Theater & Arts

Original CSUF play adaptation breathes new life into ‘Frankenstein’

Stitched together from body parts, Victor Frankenstein’s horrifying, iconic creature will animate out of electricity into the living dead

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‘Hamilton’ cast member and CSUF alumnus Rubén Carbajal returns to speak about his inspiring rise in theatre

Before Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical phenomenon “Hamilton” gained massive popularity, his musical “In the Heights,” changed how CSUF alumnus

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‘Spring Dance Theatre’ sways with a variety of quality performance pieces

Behind a simple purple curtain in the Little Theatre lies the “Spring Dance Theatre”, displaying such a variety of

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Young Theatre hosts a sexy and cliche ‘Wild Party’

Somewhere in between “Chicago” and “The Great Gatsby” lies the vibrant themes and catchy tunes of Tony-nominated producer Andrew

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‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ marries opera and Shakespeare with ’50s flair

For those unaccustomed to it, opera can be like listening to a foreign film with no subtitles. The setting

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Play Review: CSUF’s production of ‘Tallgrass Gothic’ is scary for very human and timely reasons

“Tallgrass Gothic” is an engrossing nightmare where the terrors stem from humanity’s basic desires: the need for sexual gratification

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‘Two Gentlemen of Verona’ brings timeless Shakespeare romantic comedy to the Young Theatre

Cal State Fullerton’s production of “Two Gentlemen of Verona” is a fresh and complex interpretation of Shakespeare’s classic play

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Pantages Theatre flies audiences to ‘Neverland’ in new musical inspired by J.M. Barrie

Imagine a place to go to escape class, work and day-to-day life; a place where no one ever grows

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