Fresno State Theatre Professor Kathleen McKinley is retiring, and her last show to direct at Fresno State, At The Wedding, opens this weekend. KRL took a moment to chat with Professor McKinley about the show and her time at Fresno State.
If you were in Fresno in the mid to late 1990s and you thought of Fresno State Basketball, one name comes to mind: Chris Herren, the basketball prodigy from Fall River, Massachusetts. At the time, he played under legendary coach Jerry Tarkanian, who won the NCAA National Championship in 1990 at UNLV and was commonly referred to as “Tark the Shark.”
The Pillowman opens this weekend at Fresno State presented by Fresno State’s University Theatre. We had the chance recently to chat about the show with the show’s director, J. Daniel Herring, who is also a professor and Department Chair at Fresno State.
Just in time for Halloween a play based on Stephen King's book Misery is opening this weekend at Fresno State. Recently, we chatted with the show’s director, Thomas-Whit Ellis, to learn more. The play was written by William Goldman and this is a Fresno premiere of the show.
The play 4000 Miles opens at Fresno State this Friday presented by University Theatre. We took a moment this week to chat with the show's director Kathleen McKinley to learn a bit more about the show.
There’s a hidden treasure in central Fresno. While it isn’t a trunk of jewels and gold coins buried deep in the sand, it’s just as valuable. And you don’t need a funky old map with X marking the spot to find it — Google will do just fine.
On May 6 the musical Rent will be opening on stage at Fresno State. Recently we chatted with the show’s director, J. Daniel Herring, about the show.
The play Electricidad opens this weekend at Fresno State. We chatted about the show recently with its director, Dr. Gina Sandi Diaz, Assistant Professor of Theatre in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Fresno State.
Here is another Rogue Festival show review, with more to follow tomorrow! Be sure to head out to weekend two of this year's Festival starting on Thursday! You will be able to find all of our Rogue Festival Reviews in our Rogue Festival Section here on KRL!
The Fresno State Bulldogs football team beat Nevada 34-32 on October 23. The game featured the two-highest scoring teams in the conference. The teams combined for 984 yards of total offense. The Bulldogs (6-2 overall, 3-1 Mountain West) snapped a two-game losing streak to the Wolf Pack (5-2, 2-1) and lead the all-time series 30-22-1. Quarterback Jake Haener completed 26 of 38 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns. Jordan Mims filled in for starter Ronnie Rivers who didn’t play in the second half due to an injury.