Tag Archives: acting

‘The Velveteen Rabbit’ Comes To Life

  Fresno State’s Experimental Theatre for Young Audiences starts Spring 2014 tour of ‘ The Velveteen Rabbit’ By Royce Dunn Special To The Collegian The classic dream of a stuffed toy rabbit becoming real was brought to life Saturday when ...

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Fresno State actors sweep regionals in L.A.

Fresno State theatre arts majors laid claim to every major acting award at the 2013 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for Region 8 at the Los Angeles Theatre Center Feb. 12-17.

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Fresno State theatre celebrates 100 years of production

Near the corner of McKinley and Wishon Avenues, a small ensemble of Fresno State students gathered for the school’s first ever theatrical production. It was 1912, and the Fresno State Normal School’s Dramatic Club was to perform its first play.

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‘Two Masters’ features strong student acting

If you are looking for a good laugh, you may enjoy the production University Theatre is performing, “A Servant of Two Masters” that opened March 25.

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Acting instructor shares excitement

Many students have seen the posters for the Summer Arts Program, but most do not know about the coordinators that will be teaching at this special event.

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A night ‘exposed’ to Rogue

It could have been just another average Friday night—shoving popcorn down my throat at the $3 theater in celebration of completing another week of assignments.

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Rising actress

Walking around Fresno State, students pass by posters for the latest play and visit the box office in the Speech Arts building to buy tickets for the play.

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