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Weekly Events: Thanksgiving

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Anthony Walton

November 24, 2015

Tuesday 24th Music Hack the Planet 6.0 An electronica concert featuring Paladin Shield, Casio DadChikochikorita, Orange County’s Sugar Mittens, and more. With music that will bring nostalgia chills from the 8-bit feel to songs that sound straight out of an anime. Come grab some food and enjoy...

CSUN Theatre Department performs “To Kill a Mockingbird” as first play of semester

CSUN Theatre Department performs

Fernanda Calloway

February 17, 2014

Many students have read Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” at one point or another. Now, the classic story about prejudice and race is brought to life in a play presented by students of CSUN’s theatre department. “To Kill a Mockingbird” is a heart wrenching story about a group of kids w...

“Life is a Dream” is a different kind of performance

A dramatic scene from

Abbey Seltzer

February 20, 2012

The difference between dream and reality can be a difficult line to distinguish. In “Life is a Dream,” the newest production by the theater department, the intricacies of this issue is brought to life by a well-rounded cast and incredible staging. Set on a round stage, with the audience on all sides, the actor...

“Romeo and Juliet” brings classic love story to CSUN with a twist

Katie Donahue

October 18, 2010

William Shakespeare’s classic play “Romeo and Juliet” is coming to CSUN with a twist on the familiar tale of family rivalry and young love. The Acting Company is bringing its national tour to campus Oct. 27 at the Plaza del Sol at 8 p.m. The production stays true to the original language but is...

First play of the season opens soon

Aubrey Canfield

September 3, 2009

Dwelling on the fate of a cockroach seems a trivial and unnecessary task. Why on earth would such a meager organism be worthy of thought--or much less a play? But “Fate of a Cockroach,” by Egyptian playwright Tawfiq Al-Hakim, is a satire that might make all audiences re-question their opinions...

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