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.”
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.
The 2019-20 season, Somewhere Between Fantasy and Reality, kicks off on Friday, Nov. 15, with a contemporary take on William Shakespeare’s classic “Twelfth Night or What You Will,” directed by Terry Donovan Smith.
CSUSB’s 2019-2020 Theatre season is one of hope, love and laughter. Its first production, “Twelfth Night,” will open Nov. 15. Tickets are now on sale.
This fresh perspective on the life of Dr. Victor Frankenstein is a chilling story of great triumph and the gravest tragedy that occurs as a result, forcing us to ask: Is it nature or nurture that truly makes one a monster?
Tom Provenzano (theatre arts) discusses the upcoming CSUSB production of “Frankenstein,” and the hate crime study compiled by Brian Levin and the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism is cited in a report.