With their deepest passions in mind, the Del Rey Players presented their annual Cabaret performance, themed around the actors dream roles.
Tiras Pie, known as R&B artist T. Pie, shares how he balances his school and sports life with his passion for making music.
The play "June, July, August" opened this past weekend at the Barnelle Theatre, directed by Keiana Richàrd. Set at an all-girls summer camp, the play employs themes of independence, girlhood and freedom.
With LMU being located on the San Andreas Fault, it is important to stay up to date on earthquake procedurals. Last week, QuakeFest brought first responders and emergency supplies to campus as part of a national emergency readiness campaign, helping LMU students stay safe.
"Ticket to Paradise," the newest romantic comedy hitting theaters, is proof that a classic rom-com is just what audiences need right now.
A24 released "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On" to rave reviews earlier this year. Writer and Director Dean Fleischer-Camp and Animation Director Kirsten Lepore visited LMU this past week to discuss the film.
Alongside Wayne Brady and Ben Vereen, Liza Minnelli celebrated LMU's theater department with a surprise visit to Cabaret’s final show.
Living in Los Angeles means having access to the endless amazing areas California has to offer. For the upcoming Autumn Day weekend, a road trip is the perfect way to have an exciting adventure.
Last weekend, seven teams of LMU students had just 24 hours to create a Halloween-themed short film in Mane Entertainment’s new film competition.
Director Parker Finn attended a screening of his debut feature film "Smile" with LMU students. Check out this Loyolan exclusive interview.
In case you need a crash course on all what kind of music Tinashe will be playing at Fallapalooza, the Life + Arts section has you covered.
The LMU Theatre Arts Department's production of "Cabaret" opens on Oct. 7, making it the first musical to premiere in the Strub Theatre since February 2020.