Music has been a part of Emma Broyles’ life as far back as she can remember.
Peter Murrieta grew up hearing stories about his ancestor Joaquin Murrieta, also known as the Robin Hood of the West, from his relatives
Eugenia Hernandez Ruiz, assistant professor in ASU's School of Music, Dance and Theatre, was recently awarded
Can participating in sports keep a young man out of trouble?
This spring, Arizona State University theater students will have the opportunity to work with professional directors on two major theater productions.
While sorting through photos in the J. Eugene Grigsby Jr.
Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the winter 2022 issue of ASU Thrive magazine.
Two Arizona State University dance alumni were recently published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Dance Education in Practice.
The renowned St.
Chelsea Pace is using her expertise in staging sex to create safer spaces for actors.
Sidney Poitier, a Hollywood icon who broke racial barriers in his roles and as the first Black man to win the best actor Oscar, left a legacy that will live on through film school students at Arizo
“Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration,” the social justice exhibition at the