Stage Readings of Environmental Plays # WAKEUP - CLIMATE CHANGE THEATRE ACTION Tuesday, November 28th 7pm – 9pm Wednesday, 11/29 7pm – 9pm Large Studio at the Seaver Theatre Complex...
Setting up a bit, finding a rhythm, waiting for a laugh and, above all, keeping things moving – these are some of the key lessons for students putting on the comedy, “The Engine of Our Ruin,” opening Nov. 16.
Our annual and popular New Play Festival. Each year, all members of The Claremont Colleges Community are invited to submit new plays around a common theme. February 16, 2018 (4 p.m.) at Seaver Theatre. Free to all.
About 60 dancers from the five undergraduate Claremont colleges will perform in the annual Pomona Spring Dance Concert, opening in Seaver Theatre (300 E. Bonita Ave., Claremont) on Thursday, April 27.
Join us for the 10th Anniversary Performance of Theatre for Young Audiences.
The Claremont Colleges celebrate Japanese Noh theater, the oldest major theater art still performed in the present-day, with a week-long festival of cultural and artistic events.
Under the leadership of festival director Tom Flaherty, Pomona College Professor of Music, the festival runs from Friday, Feb. 5 through Saturday, Feb. 6.
A workshop performance by the students in Transatlantic Conversations - Creating Together, and directed by Asiimwe Deborah GKashugi, Arielle Julia Brown, and Joyce Lu, Allen Theatre. December 4, 5 (8pm), December 6 (2pm).
The Pomona-Scripps fall dance concert will showcase original works in progress by senior Dance majors with lighting by Theatre design students. December 3, 4 (8pm), December 5 (2pm and 8pm) at The Pendleton Dance Center.
Green Shorts: Films (re) imagining our troubled environment is a collaboration with Climate Change Theatre Action, using film as a vehicle to ignite awareness for our global society's role in our environment.