Tag Archives: Fresno State Theater
Every other year, Fresno State’s theatre department mounts a Shakespearean production (they also do a musical every other year) and this As You Like It is a fine example of how to keep Shakespeare in the repertory. It’s fun, elegant, and doesn’t get in its own way. The story: It’s complicated, but at its heart As […]
As a Janeite, I walked in to Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley at Fresno State with a predisposition to be generous. But also, I walked in with OPINIONS.
Reading recommendations, theatre rituals, and more from Brad Myers, professor of theater at Fresno State.
“What motivates me the most to direct this play is the opportunity to pay tribute to all families who have done extraordinary acts of love –risking their lives and leaving everything behind– to offer their children a better life. “
Funny, sharp, and at times searingly pointed, The Wolves at Fresno State is worth the time you spend.
A girl’s indoor soccer team. Astroturf. Gameday rituals. Warm-ups. Kathleen McKinley directs The Wolves.
It is very difficult to write about a single moment or scene in Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” without giving away spoilers. Although I don’t know how you can spoil a 70-year-old American Classic, but hey . . . There are people out there who have never experienced “Streetcar” and that’s just the world […]
One of the things I love about the theater community is all of the amazing ideas and thoughts theater people have about the art, the artists, and the audiences. Over the years, I have collected over 100 questions about theater that I’ve asked, been asked, or to which I’ve read great answers*. Using that as […]