Lynne Heffley is a freelance writer who has covered the arts for the Los Angeles Times.
Stories by Lynne Heffley:
Whether writing plays or TV dramas, this USC alum embraces her voice
Inda Craig-Galván, who has worked as both an acclaimed playwright and a TV writer, credits her master’s from the USC School of Dramatic Arts with opening her eyes to new writing opportunities.
Trojans learn stage management from a behind-the-scenes pro
Scott Faris brings a lot of experience to his teaching post at the USC School of Dramatic Arts.
Greek tragedies inspire the work of USC drama teacher and playwright Luis Alfaro
The poet and performance artist appreciates literary classics that pose great questions of the day.
Alexandra Billings of Transparent talks transitioning, teaching and life experiences
The transgender writer, actor, singer and theater arts teacher cautions students to have realistic career expectations.
USC graduate students get a taste of repertory theater
Actors in the master’s program form a talented ensemble, performing multiple roles in three demanding plays.