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Jungle book actors on stage
Dressing the Jungle
SDSU's "Jungle Book" is brought to life with quirky and playful costume designs.
Peter Larlham in Tanzania
Professor Lauded for Outstanding Service
Theatre Professor Peter Larlham was honored by Phi Kappa Phi for his global service.
Jungle Book actors on stage
The Jungle Book
SDSU’s rendition of the children’s classic will run from April 25 to May 4.
Jill Gorrie in front of the Pal Joey stage
Bringing "Pal Joey" to Life
Jill Gorrie, a MFA musical theatre student, choreographed the dancing for SDSU's adaptation of "Pal Joey."
Piano onstage with a view of the seats behind
"Pal Joey" Will Charm You
SDSU's master of fine arts candidate’s production will run from Feb. 28 through March 9.
SDSU studet Cristal Mejia-Arrechea and Edith Frampton
Local Theatre Inspires Creativity at SDSU
The SDSU Department of English and Comparative Literature recently began a partnership with the Cygnet Theatre.
“I Heart You” benches are located between the Don Powell Theatre and the Music building.
Spreading the Love
SDSU is getting into the spirit of Valentine's Day with arts-inspired events on campus.
A woman dancing on stage
Defining the Arts
People from across campus shared what the phrase “the arts” means to them.
An abandoned New York City subway station. Photo by: John Paul Palescandolo & Eric Kazmirek.
Theater Design Goes Underground
A team of SDSU MFA students are finalists in Walt Disney Imagineering’s 2014 Imaginations competition.
Daren Scott
Designing a Dream Career
Sean Fanning graduated from SDSU in 2008 and pursued his passion for set design.
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