“To me, sports and athletics are the perfect marriage,” says the new USC School of Dramatic Arts faculty member.
The popular USC School of Dramatic Arts program helps students hone their communication and interpersonal skills, teaching collaboration while also nurturing creativity.
The dancer and choreographer, one of Korea’s most popular TV personalities, touched off a dynamic exchange of movement and culture during her weeklong residency. Read the story and watch the video.
The minor, based at the USC Roski School of Art and Design, takes advantage of resources across a multitude of USC schools.
The nominations come from across the school’s departments and include several first-time nominees.
“Yes, we want to make the audience laugh,” says one member of the USC School of Dramatic Arts group. “But we also want to make them cry, and gasp, those kinds of reactions.”
The Sparks Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will launch with the opening of the school’s new Drama Center in February.
Alumnus Mike Saltz innovatively blended filmmaking and “serious news” to shape modern news reporting.
“We Came to Bring the Fire” makes its debut at Saturday’s football game against Utah.
USC Thornton Dean Jason King previously served as the chair of NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music.