Step Team and the Great Books Colloquium form new Songfest groups that join the ranks of Eta Theta Tau, Alpha Omega and Company and reigning champion Gamma Ghkkkkket Sigma and Friends.
This year’s DIF showcase highlights the relationship between feeling and movement through dance.
The Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts prepares for its upcoming season of new artists with Derina Harvey band concert.
Photos Courtesy of Ina Bobis The all-student cast of “Die Fledermaus” will be present the traditional German opera in Smothers Theatre on Thursday, Feb. 21 and Saturday, Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Emma Ujifusa, a junior Music Education and Vocal Performance major, plays Adele — the chambermaid of the two main characters. “She is a […]
The two artists reminisce and perform their well-known hits during their performance at Smother’s Theater
Songfest officially reveals its theme for 2018: Lights, Camera, Songfest
Pepperdine students, faculty and staff came together for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Panel Discussion and Town Hall at Smother’s Theater hosted by Pepperdine Graphic Media on Oct. 3.
Photos Courtesy of Ron Hall Pepperdine Scotland is bringing their award-winning performance of The Interference to the Hollywood Fringe Festival next week. The show debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in April 2016, taking home a Broadway Baby Bobby award and the Scotsman Fringe First award. It made its U.S. debut in April at Smothers […]
Photos by Milan Loiacono Various groups across campus, such as SGA and the Counseling Center, will hold events to recognize Sexual Assault Awareness Month throughout April, including the Pepperdine Theater Department’s U.S. premiere of “The Interference.” The play, which opened Wednesday and will run through Saturday, discusses the reality of sexual assault. Freshman Buddy Kennedy, […]
Photos by Brett Bean The themes of seduction, murder and egotism are not foreign to a modern viewer. They are themes that are just as likely to pervade our changing political climate as they do a Marvel movie. In Pepperdine University’s Flora L. Thornton Opera Program’s performance of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni,” which debuted Thursday, Feb. […]