Does a Black life need to be equivocated to an animal for it to be seen as a life that matters? Five unlikely individuals come together in “Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids” to discuss microaggressions, implicit biases and why a single flower is worth more than a 12-year-old boy’s life.
Pepperdine Theatre Department
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Pepperdine’s campus shutdown closes the curtains on the university’s spring showcases.
Jeremiah Jones finds focus at night.
Pepperdine’s Theatre Department brings Lisa Kron’s play “Well” to life in the Lindhurst Theatre.
“Falling” shows the challenges and struggles that a family faces due to their son who has severe autism.
“The Abode” tackles contemporary extremism and the alt-right at the Edinburgh Fringe Fest.
The Theatre Department’s fall musical is soon to debut in Smother’s Theatre.
Photo Courtesy of Ron Hall How much drama could one community theater class possibly have? Pepperdine theater returned for the 2017-2018 season, beginning with the drama “Circle Mirror Transformation,” a contemporary piece written by Annie Baker and directed by Pepperdine’s Hollace Starr. The show ran from Oct. 3 to Oct. 7 in Lindhurst Theater and […]
More money should be put into academic scholarships rather than student athletes.