Acting student Thuy Duong attending Juilliard this fall

Acting student Thuy Duong attending Juilliard

Congratulations to Thuy Duong, an acting alumna from the Department of Theatre Arts, on her acceptance to Juilliard! Duong received her bachelor of arts degree in Theatre Arts this spring and will be moving to New York in August before attending the performing arts school.

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MCJ class creates unique project on ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’

Simply 'Streetcar' Fresno State's MCJ Department shines the spotlight on "A Streetcar Named Desire' Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire

Donald Munro’s MCJ 104 (Editing of Publications) class was assigned a unique final group project inspired by the Fresno State University Theatre production of “A Streetcar Named Desire.” The groups were each asked to pick an aspect of the production to focus on and explore in articles for a collaborative website.

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Featured Supporters: David and Linda Brown

David H. Brown and Linda Hammer-Brown

It is from the support of our generous donors that the College of Arts and Humanities thrives in the ability to aid students through their academic careers with the establishment of scholarships, as well as in further developing our faculty, resources and facilities. This is why we are grateful in recognizing our supporters the Rev. David H. Brown and Linda M. Hammer-Brown, whose wonderful gift to the College will benefit many future students of the Department of Theatre Arts in becoming an endowed scholarship.

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Student-run theatre company presents dark comedy

Flyer for "Den of Thieves"

Fresno State’s Experimental Theatre Company announces its spring 2018 production, “Den of Thieves” by Stephen Adly-Gurgis. The production is directed by Fresno State student Danielle Valdivia and will run April 13 through 15 in the Lab School 101 Theatre.

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‘Lydia’ premieres under direction of Latinx theatre professor

Promotional image for the play "Lydia"

University Theatre is pleased to present the Fresno premiere of Octavio Solis’ “Lydia” under the direction of Dr. Gina Sandí-Díaz, professor of Latinx Theatre at Fresno State. The production will run March 16-24 in the Dennis and Cheryl Woods Theatre in the Speech Arts Building at Fresno State. This production marks the directorial debut of Dr. Gina Sandí-Díaz.

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