Aristotle Zeng, Pepperdine’s Ciné club executive board member, shares his perspective on the film “Parasite” (2019) and talks about the movie’s influence on American cinema.
After missing a typical summer film season in 2020, studios and audiences alike looked forward to this summer’s lineup of new releases. With a variety of films premiering to varying degrees of success, this summer signified the return of the in-person theater experience.
The partial reopening of campus allows Fine Arts students access to on-campus studios. Not all creative spaces are open, and those that are have COVID-19 restrictions.
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.
Senior Theatre Music contract major Brandon Gille discusses how he sees the entertainment industry disregard Asian Americans and people of color in general. While there is still progress that needs to be made, he said theater has the power to connect cultures and close that divide.
More evidence reveals racism at Pepperdine. While this is unfortunately not surprising, it is completely unacceptable.
Senior Buddy Kennedy speaks about his time serving the HRL community and post-graduate plans.
The Fine Arts Division’s Theatre Department brought Jane Austen’s characters onstage in their most recent production “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley.”
A student-operated theater company plans productions and workshops for its second season on campus.
Fine arts majors discuss the challenges they face with auditions, their art and post-graduation job opportunities.