News Archive: School of Theatre, Television, and Film
- Nov 8
SDSU's recent "Celluloid Ceiling" study notes the low number of women directing in Hollywood.
- Nov 8
Students can learn from Sheehan’s decades of experience by taking SDSU's Certificate in Entertainment Management
- Oct 30
The student theatre organization is SDSU’s longest-active club.
- Sep 28
Joseph Martin Water's contemporary opera's first iteration performed at SDSU's Smith Recital Hall, and premiered at Tijuana’s Centro Estatal de las Artes.
- Sep 15
Ziggy, Stardust, & Me is set to perform on SDSU's new Prebys Stage
- Apr 4
Former Aztec Shops employee and breast cancer survivor Imelda Hernandez-Villa is working alongside her daughter Sydney Villa as they aim to earn their bachelor's degrees.
- Mar 20
Two San Diego State University School of Theatre, Television and Film graduates will talk about writing 'All Quiet On The Western Front.'
- Mar 6
The SDSU School of Theatre, Television, and Film will host Lesley Paterson and Simon Marshall, talking about screenwriting for the film “All Quiet on the Western Front.”
Daily Aztec: ‘Bloodletting’ play brings the mysterious world of Filipino folklore to the SDSU MainstageFeb 24
The first Theatre, Television, and Film performance of the semester thrilled audiences with a story of witchcraft and spirituality in a touching showcase of Filipino talent.