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Theatre Majors Off to Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival!

January 31, 2012 by | Performances

The Chapman University Department of Theatre is fielding a team of 16 actors to participate in the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Competition at the Region VIII Festival of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Ogden, Utah, February 7-11, 2012.  Since 1972, the Irene Ryan Foundation has awarded scholarships to the outstanding student

Meet Artist-in-Residence Carol Neblett

January 31, 2012 by | Uncategorized

Internationally renowned operatic soprano Carol Neblett has been appointed Artist-in-Residence in the Conservatory of Music by Chapman University Chancellor Daniele Struppa. The College of Performing Arts is delighted that Ms. Neblett’s tenure with the institution has been recognized in this official capacity.  Ms. Neblett will coach opera students, helping them to develop in their

Music Student on Track to Join the Blue Man Group!

November 2, 2011 by | Student News

Music major Craig Shields (’12) auditioned for the legendary Blue Man Group this fall, and he is on his way to performing with the company!  Craig told us about the audition process and his next steps in his own words below: “The whole Blue Man Group process started in mid-September, when I saw

College of Performing Arts Faculty News

October 5, 2011 by | CoPA News

Nick Terry, assistant professor of music, recorded four compositions with his ensemble, the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet, this August at Skywalker Sound (a Lucasfilm Co.) on the classical music label Sono Luminus. The recording, to be released in early 2012, is one of the very first 7.1 surround-sound recordings of percussion chamber music, and will

Cirque du Soleil Captivates, Educates During Campus Symposium

October 5, 2011 by | Theatre

Dance major Chloe Albin ’15 from Seattle couldn’t resist playing the ham next to a dancing manikin decked out in a stretch zebra suit and dramatic black-and-white theatrical makeup. Albin mimicked the manikin’s arching, cat-like pose and burst into laughter. Friends joined her and they all did it again. Then they laughed some more.

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