“We Are Proud to Present…” centers around three Black and three white Americans attempting to tell the story of the historical Herero Genocide. The play creates awareness of the historical violence the Herero faced in Namibia, Africa.
The Pepperdine Theatre program prepares to put on a virtual production of William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.” Members of the cast and the play’s director, Hollace Starr, discuss the challenges and advantages of performing over Zoom.
The Fine Arts Division’s Theatre Department brought Jane Austen’s characters onstage in their most recent production “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley.”
A caravan of oddities take on the almost impossible task of becoming normal with dire consequences.
One of the most challenging things about college is remaining a child at heart when life gets rough.
“Falling” shows the challenges and struggles that a family faces due to their son who has severe autism.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s entertainment juggernaut, “The Pirates of Penzance,” premieres at Pepp.
Two employees, one call center and no way out — the new original student play “Call Center” presents a modern twist on Purgatory.
Pepperdine Improv Troupe explores new territory in a recent long-form style show.