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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“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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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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Theater Review: The Miracle Worker

At 19 months old, Helen Keller is in a state of confusion and darkness that consumes her very being.

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The Miracle Worker production will show trial and emotion

Inspiring, enthralling and historical, the Tony Award-winning docudrama “The Miracle Worker” kicks off the spring semester. Directed by Joseph Arnold,

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Theater Review: Smash

Bachelor of Fine Arts acting majors Jackie Summers and Kenney Selvey star in Smash, which

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Review: Hearts Like Fists

Crimefighters Jazzmin, Nina and Sally train their new member, Lisa, to help them

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CSUF puts modern twist on Rebeck’s ‘Dollhouse’

  Senior Melissa Booey plays the lead character, Nora, in Theresa Rebeck’s Dollhouse. The play opens

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