Children of all ages will enjoy “Anansi’s Carnival Adventure,” an enchanting, environmentally conscious production, enhanced with song, interpretive dance, colorful costumes, elaborate masks, painted set pieces and animated projections that bring the story to life! The musical opened April 28 runs through May 7.
Theatre arts professors Tom Provenzano and Kathryn Ervin are directing two productions in repertory through May 15 at CSUSB’s Barnes Theater. Provenzano is directing “The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” and Ervin is directing “Lucky Stiff.”
From April 22 to May 15, the theatre department will run a futuristic adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedy, “The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” alongside the musical comedy “Lucky Stiff.”
Marc Robinson (history), Lesley Leighton (music), Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts), David Yaghoubian (history) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.
The 2021-2022 Season of Light will have a little something for everyone: a romantic comedy written by a 17th century nun, a uniquely stylized puppet show, a modern adaptation of a Shakespearean comedy, and more.
Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) provided perspective with the news media in separate interviews on the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts) was the judge for an art exhibit in Ontario, and Vipin Gupta (management) was interviewed about his latest book.
“The Pride of Lions,” presented by Kathryn Ervin, CSUSB professor of theatre arts, is the title of the next Conversations on Race and Policing, 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, on Zoom.
Evangeline Fangonil-Gagalang and Mary Anne Schultz (nursing) published a research paper on precision health and precision medicine, Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts) and Tony Coulson (information and decision sciences) discussed racist Zoom bombings of online events, and Brian Levin was interviewed about the increase of hate incidents targeting Asian Americans.
Kathryn Ervin (theatre arts) was interviewed about using the arts to speak to social justice issues, and David Yaghoubian (history) discussed the International Court of Justice ruling that it would hear Iran’s case against the U.S. regarding sanctions.