The Black Art Collective allows participants to gain experience in a variety of disciplines.
TITLE IX: The international acclaimed playwright is a gender equity and racial equity trailblazer in her work at USC and beyond.
TITLE IX: USC alumna Alma Martinez — actor, educator and author — reflects on how the landmark anti-discrimination legislation affected her.
USC faculty members and alumni are deeply involved in the 30-year anniversary production at the groundbreaking work.
Four USC School of Dramatic Arts students are part of the professional company presenting Stephen Sondheim’s Sunday in the Park with George.
Vishal Vaidya joins Professor Deborah Natol for a very unusual class in The Art and Science of Leadership.
The independent student production company, which connects Trojans from different majors and schools, has been producing original works since 1996.
Professor Kate Burton notes that Allen is one of the only directors she’s worked with who pays attention to each of the extras in a scene, knowing that they are valuable contributors to the final artistic vision of a production.
Students from East and South Los Angeles travel to USC’s Bing Theatre for a special morning performance; Cinderella, Jack (of beanstalk fame) and Little Red Ridinghood are there, too.
Seasoned horror actors share insight, including how to scream bloody murder without damaging your throat — and how scary films can be a vehicle for social issues.