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Current Season

To our incredible students & patrons:

Due to the closure of our campus at the direction of the Governor, the remainder of the Theatre Arts Department 2019-2020 season has been canceled.

If you have purchased tickets and would like a refund, please email Alexis at alexis.popko@gcccd.edu.

 

 

 

Hope at the End of the World

Stay tuned for more details on this exciting, online devised piece. 

Sparkle!

Casey loves to play sports, do puzzles, and play with his dump truck. He also loves toys and clothes that sparkle! When his older sister, Jessie, shows off her new shimmery skirt, Casey wants in on the joy of wearing sparkly things too. The grown-ups in Casey's life are supportive, but the other children aren’t so sure. After being teased for wearing “girls’ clothes” Casey’s big sister realizes that he has the right to be himself and wear whatever he wants. Why can’t people wear what they’d like to feel good about themselves? In this is sweet, heartwarming story about acceptance, tolerance, and the freedom to be yourself, outward expression is celebrated for everyone! 

Sparkle

The Winter’s Tale

When Leontes accuses his wife, Hermione, of infidelity with his best friend, the King of Bohemia the accusation leads to her death, the death of their son, and the exile of a baby daughter he may never know. Will he come to his senses? Will he find his daughter? Will she forgive him? Will he forgive himself?

One of Shakespeare's final plays, The Winter's Tale is considered a romantic comedy, but is filled with elements of tragedy and magic. Spanning 16 years and two countries, journey with us to Italy and Bohemia to experience heartbreak and death, betrayal and grief, young love blossoming in fields, and the most difficult stage direction Shakespeare ever wrote: Exit, pursued by a bear.

Inside the Actor’s Process: Hope

An actor’s attitude can make a major difference in nailing that audition or flopping on your face. Join this troupe of traveling thespians as they explore a plethora of pieces highlighting the pleasure and pain experienced as actors go through their process. How do you define success? Is the self-sacrifice worth it for a few claps? Inside the Actor’s Process: Hope is a journey exploring the aspirations and frustrations of actors, acting, auditioning, and applause as they strive to change the lives of audiences and find fulfillment in their own creative expression.

Discover why the need to connect with each other and share our stories is an essential part of our lives even in the face of immense uncertainty and little personal gain.

Godspell

In this musical smash hit, a small group of people gather to help Jesus tell parables celebrating kindness, tolerance and love by using a range of games, storytelling techniques and hefty doses of comic timing. Culminating in a haunting Last Supper and Crucifixion, Christ’s messages come vibrantly to life in Godspell. This first major music theatre offering from award winning, Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Children of Eden), took the world by storm with its catchy tunes and classic film. Including hit songs, "Day by Day," "Learn Your Lessons Well," and “All for the Best,” Godspell continues to delight for every generation of musical theatre lover!

Anon(ymous)

This modern re-telling of Homer’s classic tale, explores themes of finding home, refugee family separation, and hope for a better life. When a young Anon goes on an epic journey to reconnect with his loved ones, he finds far more than he bargained for. Separated from his mother and taken in by a wealthy politician’s family, Anon wanders through the United States encountering a wide variety of characters—some kind, some dangerous and cruel. From a sinister one-eyed butcher to beguiling barflies to a sweatshop, Anon navigates the chaos of an ever changing landscape in Naomi Iizuka’s Anon(ymous); a transformative and entrancing adaptation of the Odyssey.


James and the Giant Peach

Stay tuned for more details on our Summer Conservatory Production. 

Last Updated: 05/26/2020
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