TITLE IX: The international acclaimed playwright is a gender equity and racial equity trailblazer in her work at USC and beyond.
TITLE IX: The USC School of Dramatic Arts dean has thrived despite some people’s outdated attitudes.
“It’s the students and their artistic voice that matter,” says Alexandra Billings.
The actress is teaching “Performance for Camera” to graduating MFA students at the USC School of Dramatic Arts.
The LGBTQ+ drama group Dorothy’s Friends Theatre Company has grown into one of USC’s largest independent student producing groups.
The USC School of Dramatic Arts professor has thrived as an actor-writer.
An Adobe Foundation grant to the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ MFA Acting Program will directly support the production of short films by underrepresented students.
Professor Brent Blair of the USC School of Dramatic Arts heads to India, Rwanda and Israel to find the intersection of theater, healing and justice.
Second-year MFA acting students rehearsed at Atlantic Theater Company, attended one of the last performances of the critically acclaimed revival of Death of a Salesman and met with the cast.
USC alum Kapil Talwalkar discusses preparing for roles, venturing outside your comfort zone and getting the most from your educational experience.