Studnet band Fischli’s Animals has made a name for themselves despite the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic and a founding member studying abroad.
Over Halloweekend, cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show returned to the 5Cs, generating large crowds and two memorable shows.
MuCo, Pomona College’s Musician’s Coalition, hosted a mini-music fest on Thursday to bring 5C students together and celebrate a shared love of music.
Student Kabuki theater troupe KabukiMa invites the Claremont community to learn about Japanese Kabuki theater this weekend through performances and an academic symposium.
“The Conference of the Birds” transported audiences across time and space with modern dancing and music set to the 12th century Sufi poem on March 27 and 28 at Scripps College’s Garrison Theater.
Without a Box blended humor, creativity and audience participation in its first improv performance of the semester, Without a Box of Chocolates, on Feb. 11.
As part of a worldwide series of Climate Change Theatre Action plays, students performed eight short monologues at The Hive on Tuesday.
As part of her residency inside the California Rehabilitation Center, Scripps College dance professor Suchi Branfman directed a short film featuring the dances of incarcerated choreographers.
Empty performance halls don’t have to mean empty hearts — music professors discuss how virtual concerts can provide a (albeit different) sense of community.
“Red Velvet,” a play based on African American historical figure Ira Aldridge, hit the stage in November at Pomona College’s Allen Theatre.