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Southern gothic classic reimagined in contemporary East Los Angeles

Urban strongman Stanley Kowalski’s personal kryptonite arrives for an extended stay.  Stella and Stanley’s perfectly imperfect married life quickly unravels when sister Blanche arrives on...

Dying to Perform

Cast members of “Hookman” paint their faces with makeup and fake blood while music and laughter fills the dressing room as they prepare for...

Preview: The Hookman is coming…

Urban legends of murderers and kidnappers on the loose are frightening stories to share around a campfire, but they’re also cautionary tales that warn...

‘Twelfth Night’ strikes comedic gold

When you begin to imagine the illustrious world of Shakespeare most would see witches conjuring spells and lovers wandering the streets of Verona. It...

Behind the scenes of the Costuming for Theater class

Students work on in class projects and learn how to create clothing in TA 411 - Costuming for Theatre. Samantha Bravo and Randi Love...

Theater Review: “Hairspray”

Tremendous wigs, decked out threads and enough hairspray to tear through the ozone. Directed by Shaheen Vaaz, Pierce’s rendition of “Hairspray” is a diamond in...

Get ready for ‘the nicest kids in town’

Breezy Baltimore streets, dizzying dynamic dance moves, out of sight outfits.And hair. Lots and lots of hair.   The wait has come to an end....

Good news for ‘Bad Jews’

For the first time in more than 10 years, the Pierce College Theatre Department sold out the entire run of one of its show....

Traveling through the depths

He switches his scuba flippers to dancing shoes to Shakespearean boots in the blink of an eye. Pierce theater student Nick Caisse spends his...

Beyond the ‘Fences,’ a world of color

Broad shoulders, back straightened with a commanding presence, lead actor for the upcoming production of “Fences” Lester Purry stepped off the stage to guide...

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Success in 60 second Tik Toks

When she was 13, Monique Jones hand-painted a rainbow on her face, took selfies and posted them on social media–proud of the finished product. The...

Stepping into a new role

When David Gomez attended his first Communication Association Club meeting last year as a chemistry major, he felt a strong sense of interconnectedness that...

A calling to help her community

Three years ago, a Birmingham Charter High School senior was an intern in the office of Congressman Brad Sherman, working the phones, listening patiently...

District focuses on racial issues and police reform

The Los Angeles Community College District hosted the event “Pursuing Racial Equity in Police Reform” on Nov. 12 to discuss racial disparities in policing...

Riding into the sunset

Player, coach and administrator. Jim Fenwick did almost everything in the sports world. And on Dec. 31, he’ll call it a day as he’s...
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