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Winter Studio Production
"NO Exit" by Jean-Paul Sartre
Directed by Anthony Solorzano
January 29, 30, 31 and February 5, 6, 7
All Performances @ 8PM
In a new translation of Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential classic, NO EXIT, Cal Poly Theatre explores the most valuable aspect of the human condition: free will. But with freedom comes great responsibility.
"Are these sculptures just new additions to the gallery? Take a glance at three disturbed souls questioning their presence with one another through a lens in Jean-Paul Sartre's timeless classic.
Spring Studio Production
Directed by Armando Molina
April 23,24,25 & 30 May 1 & 2
All Performances @8PM
Company of Angels, Los Angeles' oldest repertory theatre company, presents LA Views, a special selection of short plays culled from their annual LA Views festivals.
Penned by L.A.-based playwrights, these gems about life in Los Angeles explore themes big and small, humorous and heartfelt.
Fall Studio Production
Medea by Euripides
Transalation by Diane Arnson Svarlien
Directed by C. Julian White
October 23,24,25,30,31 and November 1
All performances start @ 8PM
Medea, written 2,000 years ago, is one of the greatest of all tragedies. To this day, the play still shocks with its violent tale of revenge.
Perhaps William Congreve sums it up: Heav'n has no Rage, like Love to Hatred turn'd, Nor Hell a Fury, like a Woman scorn'd.
Fall Mainstage Production
"Southern Girls" by Sheri Bailey and Dura Temple
Directed by Linda Bisesti - Reidy
November 14,15,20,21 & 22 @ 8PM
(High School Matinee) November 19th @ 10am
Final Performance Sunday November 23rd @ 2PM
A moving drama/memory play that unfolds in Two Acts written by Sheri Bailey and Dura Temple
The lives of six women from a small town outside of Tuscaloosa, Alabama from the 1950's through 1992, following their journeys.
The weaving together and apart as they find their path of their own lives, who they were together as childhood friends and who they become as individuals.
Winter Mainstage Production
"Boeing Boeing" by Marc Camoletti & Translated by B. Cross & F. Evans
Directed by Sam Robinson
February 27, 28 March 5,6 & 7 @ 8PM
High School Matinee March 4 @10AM
Final Performance Sunday, March 8th @2pm
During the technology boom of the 1960's, airlines made travel easier than ever. In this Tony award winning French farce, follow swinging bachelor Bernard as he happily juggles relationships with three gorgeous stewardesses from around the globe. When an old friend shows up from out of town and the flight plans of all his girlfriends adjust, hilarity ensues as they all descend upon his flat for a far from perfect landing.
Spring Mainstage Production
"Re/Devised Fairy Tales" Written by The Ensemble
Directed by Bernardo Solano
May 22,23,28, 29 & 30 @8PM
High School Matinee May 27th @10AM
Final Performance Sunday May 31st @2PM
Fairy tales about drug lords, war criminals, vicious teenagers, lonely outcasts, murderous husbands and knife wielding wives? WUT? Iconic fairy tales put through the blender of cutting-edge graphic novels, anime, supehero stories and French New Wave cinema.