News (main)

Dollhouse

Tickets: $15.00
Seniors & Students: $10.00

Buy Tickets

A contemporary adaptation of Ibsen's A Doll's House that sheds a fresh new light on Nora's struggle to reclaim herself. In the tony suburbs of Connecticut, Nora's children are cared for by a Jamaican nanny, her husband's best friend is in love with her, and her stifling marriage is crumbling. Nora also has a secret, the revelation of which irrevocably sets her life on a new course. 

 

Dollhouse

Tickets: $15.00

Seniors & Students: $10.00

Buy Tickets

Bach Festival: Chorale Bel Canto

Chorale Bel Canto and Chamber Ensemble
Stephen Gothold, Director
With guest soloists & chamber orchestra, plus classical guitar music in the courtyard

Cantata BW 4 - Christ lag in Todesbanden
Cantata BWV 6 - Bleib bei uns

Bach Festival: Bach Musicale

Event is free and open to the public.
Student and faculty performances of music by Bach and his contemporaries.

The Merchant of Venice

Tickets: $15.00
Seniors & Students: $10.00
Buy Tickets

Adapted and directed by Gil Gonzalez, Associate Professor of Theatre & Communication Arts
Scenic and Lighting Design by Brian Alan Reed, Professor of Theatre & Communication Arts
Costume Design by Monica French 

The Merchant of Venice

General Admission: $15.00
Seniors & Students: $10.00
Buy Tickets

Adapted and directed by Gil Gonzalez, Associate Professor of Theatre & Communication Arts
Scenic and Lighting Design by Brian Alan Reed, Professor of Theatre & Communication Arts
Costume Design by Monica French 

Whittier College Writers Festival: An Evening with Stan Ridgway

Craft Talk: 5 p.m. - 6 p.m. (Free)
Concert: 7:30 p.m (Regular Admission $25)

Buy Tickets

Stan Ridgway is a true original. One of the most unique and gifted singer/songwriters in American music, from his early days with L.A.’s Wall Of Voodoo, to his even more intriguing solo career, Stan Ridgway continues to create an impressive body of work. Join us for this special night as we explore his music in discussion and in concert.

 

Inside Latin Jazz: Latin Jazz 103 with Danilo Lozano

Free, but tickets required
Reserve Tickets
 

Join Professor Danilo Lozano and a live band as they provide a unique educational experience!

The Inside Latin Jazz series continues to offer fascinating and penetrating onstage interviews with leading Latin Jazz artists. Moderated by flute soloist and professor at Whittier College, Danilo Lozano, this is something every lover of music will not want to miss. 

Pages