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Ninoangelo Lastimosa collaborated with drama professor Carlos-Manuel Chavarria on the music composition for the play “Frida Kahlo: The Artist; The Woman.”

Musician awarded for dramatic composition

By Stacie Guevara, Associate Editor
March 4, 2020

Excitement, nerves surround play auditions

By Brenda Mwingira, Advocate Staff
February 19, 2020
Femininity, strength unite in theater season

Femininity, strength unite in theater season

By Jose Arebalo, Advocate Staff
September 18, 2019
Joshua Saephan (second from left), who plays Fidel Castro, is questioned by Sydney Smith (left), Jelaine Maestas (second from right) and Melissa Velasquez (right) in a skit during a dress rehearsal of “The Hispanick Zone” on Monday.

Play depicts Latinx lifestyle

By Luis Cortes, Advocate Staff
April 17, 2019
Mrs. Gottlieb, played by Nicole Matthews, first meets Jean, played by Miranda Lenore, in “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” in the Knox Center.

Getting lost in a digital world

By Xavier Johnson, Web Editor
March 20, 2019
From left to right: Asha Alvarez (far left), Xavier Johnson (bottom left), Erin Forman (center left), drama department Chairperson Carlos-Manuel Chavarria (back center), Nino-Angelo Lastimosa (center), Joshuya Saephan (bottom center), Tyler Nguyen (right center), adjunct professor Angelina LaBarre (back center) and Diego Loza (far right) celebrate their award-winning showing.

Drama earns two national awards

By Jose Arebalo, Scene Editor
March 6, 2019
Liberal arts Dean Jason Berner (left) as the Big Bad Wolf is offered alcohol by Little Red Riding Hood played by Theater Staging Specialist Courtney Johnson during

Drama faculty let loose in play

By Luis Lopez, Staff Writer
December 5, 2018
Orangutan (left), played by Anne Yumi Kobori, interacts with Chutes&Ladders, played by Umi Grant, in an online addiction recovery chat room in “Water by the Spoonful” at a rehearsal in the Knox Center on Monday.

Finding recovery through community

By Jose Arebola, Scene Editor
November 7, 2018
Joshua Saephan (right) and Murphy Williams (middle) attempt to hide from Merit Onyekwere (left) during rehearsal for “Vengeance: A Ghost Story” in the Knox Center on Monday.

Ghostly tale would kill to scare you

By Jose Arebola, Staff Writer
September 25, 2018
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