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College of Performing Arts

  

Footloose on campus … and in the streets Chapman dancers use everyday places as performance spaces.

March 13, 2018 by | Campus Life

The dancers’ stages were a crosswalk, an art museum and an outdoor sculpture. Motorists, pedestrians and onlookers became instant audiences. The result? An experience that was part modern dance concert, part moveable feast of creativity. It was also a unique opportunity for Chapman University dance students to blur the lines between performer and viewer as

Bravo! Chapman University’s College of Performing Arts turns 10 Anniversary events and receptions continue through 2018

November 15, 2017 by | Arts and Culture

Chapman University’s College of Performing Arts (CoPA) turns 10 this year, marking a decade as a cultural leader in Orange County and a preeminent training ground for the entertainment industry’s next generation of artists. Since the University gathered its theatre, dance and music departments together in one cultural arts powerhouse, it has grown to include

Touring like pros College of Performing Arts musicians perform alongside professionals in the Opera Maya International Music Festival

June 20, 2017 by | Arts and Culture

Playing alongside musicians from around the world was phenomenal. Eating crunchy crepes called marquesitas every day for more than two weeks was wonderful. But seeing audiences so moved by your performance that their eyes fill with tears?

Now that was something oboist Madison McGregor ’20 never imagined she would experience when she was selected to perform in the Opera Maya International Music Festival in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula this spring.

Annette Bening to star in Chapman University’s production of If All the Sky Were Paper, June 7

May 16, 2017 by | Arts and Culture

Updated info: there is a special $10 off discount for Chapman, family and friends. It is: SKY2017 at this link: www.centertheatregroup.org/promo  Chapman University, in association with Lexikat Artists and legendary actress Annette Bening will star with a notable ensemble cast including 2017 Daytime Emmy winner Kate Mansi in a one-night only performance of the war letter