Wednesday, January 26, 2022


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Sophia Metcalf’s ‘Mother of God’

The UCI Department of Drama Design Faculty commemorates the hard work and creativity of its Master of Fine Arts (MFA) designers with Theater...

Broadway Back In Action In September 2021

After closing their doors in March 2020 due to the global COVID-19 crisis, theatergoers will be excited to hear that New York Gov....

UCI’s ‘Detroit ’67’ Sheds Light on an Ongoing Situation

The UCI Drama department’s production of “Detroit '67” took audiences back in time to the days of soulful Motown music from Feb. 4-7....

UCI’s “She Kills Monsters” Delights with Dungeons and (Digital) Dragons

For the past nine months, a healthy dose of escapism has seemed like a prescription that would benefit anyone. The UCI Claire Trevor...

CTSA Drama Student Spotlights: Acting In Virtual World

Stage actors thrive off of the applause and the thrill of performing for a packed theatre. There is a certain energy that is...

The Show Must Go On(line): 10 Picks For Theatre-Related Content To Watch During Quarantine

The art and business of live theatre have taken an enormous hit in the wake of COVID-19. Broadway went dark on March 12....

Getting To Know This Year’s Graduating UCI MFA Actors

The UCI MFA Acting program has inspired students to go further in their artistic...

UCI Drama’s “Living Out” Sparks Empathy And Awareness

Plunging their audience into the brutally truthful world of working mothers in today’s culture, the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ Drama Department...

UCI’s “The Penelopiad” Brings New Narrative to a Classic Greek Epic

Directed by Sara Rodriguez, “The Penelopiad'' takes the audience through the life of Odysseus’ wife Penelope as she examines themes of injustice, female identity and responsibility with regards to her own life.

Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers” Finds Its Way Into Audience’s Hearts

The Costa Mesa Playhouse started the year off right with a production of Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers.” The story takes place in Yonkers, New York in 1942, depicting the dilemmas of a dysfunctional family during World War II.

UCI Drama’s Relevant Take On “Company”

Taking their audience back to the bright and groovy days of the 1970s, the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ Drama Department kicked off their 2019-2020 season on Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Irvine Barclay Theater with a lively production of “Company,” directed by Eli Simon.

An Evening With David Henry Hwang

Students and faculty members gathered and filled the Crystal Cove Auditorium to enjoy a night of paying homage to the timeless Asian American playwright on Nov. 14.




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