Roads in and around Malibu have unique combinations of high speeds and tight turns. Pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists face higher risks here than in other communities.
Pepperdine theater will not be stopped. In spite of COVID-19 and a fall semester online, theater students continue to sing the highest note, learn the longest script and dance the fastest dance.
Pepperdine faculty and staff speak to the support behind the LGBTQ+ community.
For students and faculty in the Fine Arts Division, the show must go on.
An art student attempting to provoke administrators will not be permitted to display her project alongside her peers’ work.
Fine arts majors discuss the challenges they face with auditions, their art and post-graduation job opportunities.
How do four different artists from four different fields define success?
“Crazy For You” Is More Than Song and Dance
Photos by Zach Le The Fine Arts Division Theater Department will present “The Threepenny Opera” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, from April 6 to April 8, with a 2 p.m. matinee Saturday, April 9, in Smothers Theatre. Associate Professor of Theater Bradley Griffin directs the student-led cast. Set in London in 1837, “The Threepenny […]
Photos by Danielle Romeo South Pacific is finally on campus. After having been denied three times in the past, the Pepperdine Theatre Department won the battle for performance rights in Oct. 2014. “It’s not uncommon to be denied the performance rights to a play or musical when you’re located in a large performance market like […]