Category: Theater & Arts

Danielle Johnson on stage in a black corset dress during ''Tis Pity She's a Whore'

CSUF play review: ”Tis Pity She’s a Whore’ is a twisted and gory satire

Flashing lights, half-naked women and the blaring noise of rock music transformed Young Theatre into a sinister world of

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CSUF Play Review: ‘Taking Steps’ is filled with hilarious moments and intricate character development

The unique quirk in the CSUF production of “Taking Steps” can be found in the way each character maneuvers

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Student director to bring “Real Women Have Curves” to a CSUF stage

When sexual allegations in Hollywood started making headlines, student director Vanessa Cortez turned to a play she read in

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CSUF’s production of ‘Bell, Book & Candle’ enchants ’50s charm onto lead actors

People often wish on stars, search for four-leaf clovers and silently hope for what they want at 11:11, but

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CSUF’s “Fall Dance Theatre” seeks to inspire with choreography

As the large red curtains sweep open, the dancers are isolated in darkness on stage. The first ray of

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Review: ‘Cry Baby’ twists and twirls through a forbidden teen love

The second a sudden burst of classic rock fills the Little Theater at Cal State Fullerton, audiences are taken

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CSUF’s ‘Punk Rock’ production dives into the teenage mind

Whether it be after the powerful strike of an unsettling truth or the deafening ricochet of a gunshot, CSUF’s

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“Red Scare on Sunset” is an entertaining yet unremarkable comedy

“Red Scare on Sunset” is a soft satirical take on 1950s Hollywood and the way propaganda of the period

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