Robert Moses, Acclaimed Bay Area Performance Artist, to Guest Teach at USF

A dancer takes center stage in the Studio Theater on Lone Mountain. Instead of music to…

Presentation Theater’s Current Status and Uncertain Future

First established in the 1930s, USF’s Presentation Theater has held great significance to the Performing Arts…

PASJ Senior Projects Return Live to the Hilltop

11 PASJ senior students presented senior projects in the form of films and live dance performances…

Pasj’s “Shortcuts”: A Night of Expression

Lina Galeai Contributing Writer When hearing performing arts and social justice put together in a major,…

“Wild Boy” Comes to USF

The USF Performing Arts Department’s fall production of “Wild Boy,” directed by Ken Sonkin, made its…

ASUSF Voices Perform at Lo Schiavo

Jazz Voices, 1 of 5 choral groups within the larger ASUSF Voices organization,  celebrated the opening…

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Modernized: PASJ Updates Shakespeare for Environmentally Conscious Audience

the Performing Arts and Social Justice gives a new interpretation of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

“RIFT” Review Doesn’t Do Social Justice

A few weeks ago “Rift,” a play from the award-winning US Latina dramatist Caridad Svich, was…

RIFT Leaves Audience Confused

The PASJ Department's fall play, RIFT, proves more confusing to students than eye-opening on social justice…

Rift Preview

Rich Media brings you an inside look at the making of the Performing Arts and Social…