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“Antigone”: From pictures to the stage

In Sophocles’ “Antigone,” the titular character breaks the law when she decides to give her brother — who was killed in battle — a...

Miles Anderson talks “Tartuffe,” “La La Land” and the magic of...

Theater and the arts have always served as a medium of self expression. However, it’s easy to forget that starring in plays and movies...

“Wilderness of Mirrors” is a riveting production

The UCR Department of Theater, Film and Digital Production continued their season this past weekend with the cloak-and-dagger thriller “Wilderness of Mirrors.” The play...

UCR ARTSblock offers alternative to weekend blockbusters

Famed Swedish auteur Ingmar Bergman famously stated, “Film has dream, film has music. No form of art goes beyond ordinary consciousness as film does,...

Heather Marlowe burns through “The Haze”

Trigger Warning: This article contains content relating to sexual violence and sexual assault.   In a pitch-black theater and a single light illuminating her, Heather Marlowe...

“Mariachi Girl” Displays Strong Showing at the Culver Center

Gazing into the packed atrium of the Culver Center, professor in the Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production Dr. Tiffany Ana Lopez remarked...

The coming of “Spring Awakening” will leave you satisfied

  UCR’s Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production has brought another exciting musical to the campus in “Spring Awakening.” Debuting on Thursday, November 12...

UCR husband-wife duo explore the story of English folk heroine

Having a penchant for historically based plays, UCR professor Bella Merlin wrote a fascinating piece on one of the world’s first great actresses, Nell...

Film Festival puts students in the spotlight

Last Thursday, May 14 and Friday, May 15, UCR’s very own department of theatre, film and digital production held its third annual film festival...

“Measure for Measure”: Shakespeare play with a Spanish twist measures beyond...

In contrast to the tragic “Hamlet” or the comedic “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” is hard to pin down to...