“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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Makeup artist shares her passion with students as new assistant professor at CSUF

With the decisive angled movements of her brush, Kathryn Wilson applied the shadow onto the student’s face to create

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Concert Under the Stars celebrates CSUF’s 60th anniversary

Titans of all ages flocked to the Intramural Field Saturday evening to enjoy hours of entertainment at Cal State

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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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