Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune

Fall Studio Production

Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune by Terrence McNally

Directed by Chil Kong

October 24,25,26,31 and November 1 & 2

All performances start @ 8PM


It could be a look, or a smile, or a song playing on the radio as they make love.  It doesn't matter, as long as it's a moment, a real moment.  But can that moment, mean more to one person than the other? Meet Frankie and Johnny, two unlike people, on a unlikely night, in an unlikely moment, as they try to find out.  


Bedroom Farce

Fall Mainstage Production

"Bedroom Farce" by Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by C. Julian White

November 15,16,21,22,23 @ 8PM

(High School Matinee) November 20th @ 10am

Final Performance Sunday November 24th @ 2PM



Trevor and Susannah’s marriage is on the rocks. They inflict their miseries on their nearest and dearest: three couples whose own relationships are tenuous at best. Taking place in the three beleaguered couples' bedrooms during one endless Saturday night of co-dependence and dysfunction--beds, tempers, and domestic order are ruffled, leading all the players to a hilariously touching epiphany. 








The Submission

Winter Studio Production

"The Submission" by Jeff Talbott

Directed by Becca Wolff

January 30, 31 and February 1, 6, 7, 8

All Performances @ 8PM


Shaleeha G'ntamobi is the most promising new voice in the American theater. Her first play, a complex drama about a black family trying to make it out of the projects, is about to premiere at the country's most important festival. The only problem? Shaleeha doesn't exist.


The Submission: a biting new comedy about shaky ethics and bad words in "post-racial" America.







The Danube

Winter Mainstage Production

"The Danube" by Maria Irene Fornes

Directed by Bernardo Solano

February 28, March 1,6,7 & 8 @ 8PM

High School Matinee March 5 @10AM

Final Performance Sunday, March 9th @2pm


Two Lovers. Budapest. A Hungarian language tape. Nuclear fallout.  Will love survive?


An intropective and startling play from one of our country's most original playwrights. 








Spring Studio Production

"Stuck" by Jessica Goldberg

Directed by Linda Bisesti

May 1,2,3,8,9 & 10

All Performances @8PM


"What strikes you from the opening scene is the freshness of the dialogue…. effortlessly funny and sad.”

  Two twenty-three year old girls and best friends since they were five: video store sale clerks by day and town partyers at night.  Margaritah falls in love and Lula is looking for love.

Both....stuck in Middletown USA and stuck in their life...inspired to change and leave their worn-out environment.

Come see if they can indeed get Un-stuck. 




What the Butler Saw

Spring Mainstage Production

What the Butler Saw by Joe Orton

Directed by Colin Campbell

May 23,24,29, 30 & 31st @8PM

High School Matinee May 28th @10AM

Final Performance Sunday June 1st @2PM


Dr. Prentice tries to seduce his secretary; his nympho-maniacal wife lusts after a blackmailing, sexually depraved bell-boy; the inspector tries to throw everyone into a strait jacket; and the cop winds up naked and full of opiates.  What "The Bulter Saw" is a hilarious farce of mistaken identities, clothes swapping, and lust run rampant in a crazy Psychiatric clinic. 




SPECIAL K: Cal Poly Pomona's First 75 years

Cal Poly Pomona and the College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences will host

"Special K: Cal Poly Pomona's First 75 Years"

It is a live theatrical performance celebrating the 75 years of Cal Poly Pomona, and actors will portray important events and people in our history. The event is open to the public. 

April 13, 2014 - 4 p.m. 

  Cal Poly Pomona University Theatre

Tickets are $10.

The show is an hour long with no intermission. For more information, contact Linda Bisesti at (909) 869-3987.

RSVP by April 5th, 2014



View it on YouTube:    http://youtu.be/EKlDYY7MwX4






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