By KAYLEE WEBSTER The theatre arts department production “Proof” opened Friday, Oct. 27 and prior to the show the cast was buzzing with excitement. “Proof,” a 2000 Pulitzer Prize and Tony award-winning play by the American playwright David Auburn, follows the story of Catherine played by Morgan Post, as she grapples with the death of…
University of the Pacific debaters Dallas Phillips ’18 and Paul Villa ’18 reached the semifinal round at the NPDA National Tournament, the furthest any Pacific team has advanced at the national tournament since it last won a national championship in 1964. The team’s collective performance placed Pacific firmly in third place at the NPDA tournament.
Pacific’s speech and debate team has continued its long tradition of excellence after earning two number one national rankings from the National Parliamentary Debate Association.
“Drunken Shakespeare” is a short sketch comedy style performance, adapted by Lisa A. Tromovitch, featuring Shakespeare’s most famous drinking scenes and his beloved “tipsy” characters!
Pacific Humanities Scholars went to Ashland, Oregon, to watch the artistic renditions of different plays at the William Shakespeare Festival.
Associate Director of Forensics, Steven Kalani Farias, gives an analysis of Monday night’s Senate Debate and the grades earned by each candidate.
University of the Pacific’s theatre department presents AURORA, a free staged reading by Jeannie Barroga. Aurora, Colorado was the 2012 site of a dozen deaths of which the accused pleads insanity – 20 miles away for a single murder, loved ones reflect on a similar plea.