Celine Kiner is a Bachelor of Fine Arts sophomore and communications intern for the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance.
Stories by Celine Kiner:
‘I would not be where I am … if it hadn’t been for Title IX’
TITLE IX: USC alumna Alma Martinez — actor, educator and author — reflects on how the landmark anti-discrimination legislation affected her.
USC theater instructor makes sure actors say everything just right
Voice and dialect expert Kathleen Dunn-Muzingo of the USC School of Dramatic Arts has coached actors on productions ranging from Mad Men to The Avengers.
Drama students come together when a routine rehearsal becomes a final performance
The cast and crew of the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ The Secret Garden reflect on the last in-person gathering of their company amid increasing COVID-19 restrictions — and how they pulled off one last performance.
After production is canceled, cast turns to online workshop with playwright
Director Rena Heinrich — an assistant professor in the USC School of Dramatic Arts — finds that life imitates art (in this case, the play Fuente Ovejuna: A Disloyal Adaptation).
What do dance and tech have in common? Trojan Rachel Walton
The USC Kaufman senior tries to make the art form more accessible to everyone by coupling her skills in dance and information technology.
Trojan brings the beauty of dance to Boyle Heights students
Brianna Mims reaches out to youngsters, showing them what matters about movement.
From engineers to historians, USC Kaufman dance minors come from all over the university
The school’s curriculum includes courses in history, technique, choreography and performance for students with and without dance experience.
Choreographers shift from Dancing With the Stars to students
Jessica Lee Keller and Christopher Scott create an original work with USC Kaufman dancers.