Emily Kluger produced “Till Death, Or Whatever, Do Us Part,” a play written by her father, Garry Michael Kluger.
The theatre and dance department will open its drama,”4,000 Miles,” Nov. 2 at Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre.
The theatre and arts department will end its 2016-2017 season by debuting student-directed, one-act plays in the annual One-Act Play Festival June 10-11 in H.P. Davidson Music Center (building 45), room 212. Students who direct these plays are part of…
The play debuted on Broadway in 2005 with roaring success. Cal Poly’s rendition did not disappoint either.
The Academy of Creative Theatre (ACT) brings Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” to life with all the ridiculous and hilarious elements of the classic comedy. Though ACT is a theater troupe of young actors all under the age…
Theater takes you out of the real world and into a new one. This power is as unique as the stories theater tells. Often you can relate your own experiences to those expressed in a play and sometimes you’re even…
The cast is off to a good start, growing closer and fostering camaraderie behind the scenes of run-throughs.
First-time Kelrik actor Phineas Peters steals the spotlight with his lead role as Charlie Bucket.
Pretending to be in complete darkness adds layers of thematic intricacy and hilarity to what is already a cleverly-written script.
Isaac Newton and Robert Hooke feuded over whose name would live on for eternity as being synonymous with scientific discovery.