Latin Grammy Award-winning musician Diego García, known professionally as Twanguero, performed at Cal Poly’s Spanos Theatre on Saturday, January 29. This was the first show of his new tour, which is being used to promote his new record, Carreteras Secundarias Volume 2. “So, basically, it’s a guitar album where I pay tribute to the forest… […]
The Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department will present their fall production “Trust Fall” in Spanos Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 8 through Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. The production was also performed Nov. 1-3.
The performances featured different indigenous music, colorful garments, ancient instruments and sacred artifacts.
Protesters gathered outside of Spanos Theatre where Milo was giving a speech entitled “No More Dead Babies.”
The listener is gently removed from the confined auditorium and transported to the wispy outer reaches of the conscience.
“They both break the stereotypical barriers of ballet dance and technique, and I think the audience is going to love it.”
These musicians have married hip-hop sounds to music heard south of the Mexican border.
At a meeting Thursday in Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre, CLA staff and faculty voiced their concerns over current salary issues.
Cal Poly Student Opera and OperaSLO partnered to bring The Merry Widow to Spanos Theatre, an opportunity the community might not get for a while.
Ross Sears, a percussion teacher in the Cal Poly music department, died March 18 at the age of 61. Sears, who is most remembered for his boisterous humor, worked in the department as a part-time faculty member for more than 20 years. Before coming to Cal Poly, Sears received his bachelor’s degree in percussion […]
A clash between cultures. The ruining of a life. These iconic themes come together when “A Streetcar Named Desire” comes to Cal Poly at the end of the month. Tennessee Williams won a Pulitzer Prize for his play capturing the seedy underground and sensuality of 1940s-era New Orleans. Blanche Dubois, a southern belle, visits her […]