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Alexis Carra Accepts Her Failures: And So Should You

Alexis Carra Accepts Her Failures: And So Should You

Isabella Schlact, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 25, 2016


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This month, Alexis Carra ‘99 spoke with Berkeley’s Upper Division, sharing her personal experiences during her student and professional careers. Carra was Student Forum Vice President her senior year and an active member of Berkeley’s Theatre program. Since graduating from Yale University with a ...

Behind the Scenes: Advanced Drama

Behind the Scenes: Advanced Drama

Danielle Carolan, Staff Writer

December 7, 2014


Filed under School Productions

Every Friday night, students look forward to attending football games or other sporting events. However, athletic performances are not the only events for students to watch. Advanced Drama puts on incredible shows each year for everyone to come see. This talented group of performers deserves more credit...

Dracula the Musical?: Finding the Comedy in Horror

Dracula the Musical?: Finding the Comedy in Horror

Mira Rajani, Staff Writer

October 8, 2014


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Dracula. Sound familiar? An isolated, macabre castle. A ghastly Count with no reflection. A classic horror story featuring bloodsucking vampires, an asylum, and…travelogues? Berkeley’s Advanced Drama class is putting a comic twist of the infamous Dracula with the fall play Dracula, the Musical?. Th...

Hallway Chronicles: Kenan Roten

Hallway Chronicles: Kenan Roten

Katie Freedy, Staff Writer

January 18, 2014


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Junior Kenan Roten’s days are jam packed with everything from challenging classes to preparation for his role in the upcoming spring musical, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” Luckily, we got the chance to talk to him about his life and his passion for theatre.   Q:...

Theatre of the Night Rocks Out

Natalie Yob, Staff Writer

December 6, 2013


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When Kathi Grau first began working in Upper Division, the theatre department was undergoing a major transition towards a more formal drama program. With these new adjustments taking place, Grau hoped to, “give the students a creative outlet” through which to prepare for future auditions and experiment...