Set the TiVo – or pull up a chair — for 2 p.m. Saturday, March 5, when Discovery Channel airs an episode of Kidnap and Rescue starring John Benitz, assistant professor, Department of Theatre, College of Performing Arts. Professor Benitz plays Thomas Hargrove, kidnapped for ransom and held for nearly a year before being released, in an episode titled “Proof of Life.” The Discovery Channel program is a docu-drama series providing an inside look at true stories of abduction, rescue and recovery.
Soon you can find Bryn Carlson ’12 sitting atop floats at parades or smiling for the camera at ribbon cuttings with San Francisco officials. As the newly-crowned Miss Golden Gate 2014 she’ll wear the glitzy dresses, the sash, the glimmering crown, and never have a hair out of place. She’ll exemplify the traditional qualities of
Four-time Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally (Master Class, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Ragtime, Love! Valour! Compassion!) will visit Chapman University on Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26, to take part in a two-day symposium examining and celebrating his work. In addition to a public lecture in which McNally will talk about his plays
Since they entered the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music four years ago as promising freshmen, their every course, rehearsal, lesson, opera performance, concert, recital, audition and even those graduate school interviews have been aiming toward this day – graduation. Now two of Opera Chapman’s most productive and promising stars are just weeks from Commencement. There’s just
Last fall artist Micol Hebron thought she was procrastinating, dawdling around and avoiding real work as she paged through back issues of Art Forum magazine. On a whim the assistant professor in the Department of Art counted how many of the pricey full-page advertisements placed in the magazine by prominent galleries promoted male artists vs.