The film Still, directed and choreographed by William Lu ’03, will be screened at the Asians On Film Festival in North Hollywood February 14-16. It has been nominated for Best Editing and Best Short Film.
During Interterm, a group of 14 students from various disciplines took “Impro for People Skills” with Dr. Theresa R. Dudeck, instructor of acting. In this course, students applied improvisational theatre theories and techniques to improve their soft skills (e.g., authentically engaging with others, collaborating, taking risks, motivating others, spontaneously and effectively delivering a story or
Erin Shaw ’08 recently relocated to New Orleans and joined another Chapman alumna who runs a children’s music school! Carla Waterfield née Ogden ’92 teaches the Musik Garten curriculum, and Erin found her by chance while searching on Google. They have since teamed up and Erin is now an apprentice teacher this semester, teaching the 1-4 year olds starting this summer.
Alicia Guy, associate professor of dance, Don Guy, assistant professor of entertainment technology, Chancellor Daniele Struppa and Dr. Lisa Sparks, director of the health and strategic communication program, along with their daughters, and our dance touring ensemble were invited by Criss Angel to attend a closed dress rehearsal of his new show Magic Jam soon to
The Stalinist-era music and art experienced and examined at Chapman University on Monday evening was created under a sinister cloud. But it received a bright and honest handling at the keynote event for “Decoding Shostakovich,” the weeklong Global Arts Festival celebrating the life and work of the Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich. Opening the evening was
For a Division III football player, commitment to the game is essential. Pursuing much outside of the sport is challenging to say the least. Junior Music Education major Brett Gray ‘15 sized up that challenge and tackled it head on. Pursuing a degree in Music Education while playing on an NCAA Football team didn’t seem
Michael Lee ’13 just accepted an Automation position with Princess Cruise Lines. Congratulations, Michael!
Six Chapman theatre students will be attending the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Regional Festival in Los Angeles, February 19-22, to take part in a variety of activities. Harrison Givens ’14 is a semi-finalist in the Ten-Minute play competition and Kesia Ross ’14 will be competing in the Stage Management Competition. Two actors will
The Henry Kemp-Blair Shakespeare Festival is an annual event hosted by Chapman University’s Department of Theatre. This year’s festival will take place February 14 and 15. All California high schools are invited, but only 21 can participate. Our participants come from as far away as Novato, San Diego and Palm Springs and as close as Anaheim and
Dance Works in Progress, an intimate and informal studio dance performance showcasing the works of emerging student choreographers, will be performed February 8-9 in Partridge Dance Center 107. Directed by Robin Kish, Nancy Dickson-Lewis and Jennifer Backhaus, the performances will be followed by dialogue with the dancers. Performances are both days at 2pm and 7:30pm, and