California State University, Northridge theatre professor Hillary Miller will be honored by the American Theatre and Drama Society (ATDS) with its 2017 John W. Frick Book Award for her monograph titled “Drop Dead: Performance in Crisis, 1970s New York.” Read more
The Department of Theatre at California State University, Northridge has been making performance art for more than 60 years and has produced more than 600 theatrical performances. The department’s prolific history is due in part to its hands-on curriculum, which grants students significant creative authority in certain productions.Read more
Antigone tells the story of a young woman whose brother dies in a civil war. In her mission to honor him with a proper funeral, she goes against King Creon, who rules that his body should remain unburied on the battlefield. Read more
California State University, Northridge theatre students know that the art of storytelling involves challenging the bounds of convention while honoring the rich traditions of drama. Their knack for fearlessness in performance, freedom in creativity and respect for the stage won awards Feb. 14 at the 2016 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Honolulu.
The name Walt Disney immediately conjures up Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse cartoons, as well as perennially popular animated features such as The Jungle Book and Bambi. But Disney was also once a purveyor of “live-action” family-friendly movies that spotlighted child actors, a favourite among whom was Kevin Corcoran, who has died of cancer aged 66. Read more