Life Pacific University’s Theater Arts Department put on their fantastic Fall Production of Ken Ludwig’s The Three Musketeers. This past opening weekend, the auditorium was packed with students, staff/faculty, alumni, and families every night. LPU students took the stage with excellence and passion to demonstrate the truth about the importance of biblical leadership through even a secular play. Their talents were on full display and it was an honor to watch them perform and celebrate months of hard work.
The students involved in the production were:
Brianna De La Huerta
The Life Pacific Theater Arts Department is led by the Dean of Arts and Sciences, Carissa Hawksworth, M.A. She has faithfully been directing the productions at LPU for over five years. Her excellence in the field of drama and production is unmatched and LPU’s Theater Arts is blessed to have her. The Three Musketeers was an incredibly successful, well-produced, and entertaining show due to Carissa’s leadership. Special thank yous to LPU’s Audio Visual Technician, Alex Wright, M.A., and Andy Hawksworth, M.A. for their tireless contribution of their talents toward making this production a success.
For the first time in program history, there was a matinee showing for the Fall Production where LPU welcomed elementary school students, youth groups, and other invited guests to get to experience the play before opening night. The matinee showing was wildly successful and will likely be continued with further productions.
LPU’s Spring Production will be a musical adaptation of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. All information on dates, tickets, and more will be provided in the coming months.
Learn more about LPU’s Arts Department here.
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