(photo credit Craig Scwartz)

In this fresh retelling of the classic Greek myth, Jason and his quest for the Golden Fleece has been reframed for our time. Join the fantastic voyage and encounter Hercules, Hera, sirens, centaurs, and more—familiar mythological figures imbued with unexpected character and depth. Taken from the website. 

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(Art by Pedro Garcia)

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot
by Stephen Adly Guirgis
A hilarious, poignant, thought-provoking work, boasting a zany cast of characters that asks one of the most plaguing questions in the Christian ideology: What happened to Judas Iscariot and should we care? Taken from the website. 

***For mature audience, due to strong language and subject matter***
Remaining performances:
Friday, April 5 at 7:30PM, Phillips Hall Theatre
Saturday, April 6 at 7:30PM, Phillips Hall Theatre
Sunday, April 7 at 6:30PM, Phillips Hall Theatre

(Photos by Andrew Vasquez)

In 1968, a year of watershed moments in the United States: The assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy, lunar space exploration and the Vietnam War, Connie, a single mother gets a job at Sears in Boyle Heights, an economic hub in Los Angeles where people of all cultures and nationalities shop and work. When Connie’s son gets drafted and is sent to Vietnam, her mother makes her pray to La Virgen de Guadalupe for his protection. As Connie tries to remember how to pray, La Virgen appears to her and their friendship grows as she navigates work, love, war and her new independence. Taken from the website. 

March 15 – April 14, 2019

AVERAGE SHOW!
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(Photo by Darrett Sanders)

Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals. Taken from the website. 

March 16 –  April 22,2019 

Creators:

Nathan Makaryk

Geneviève Flati

Written and directed by comedy partners Nathan Makaryk and Geneviève Flati (both cc’ed here!)—who double as the raucous Thenardiers—this irreverent parody lampoons every aspect of the famous musical, movie, and novel. Both Les Misérables enthusiasts and haters alike will love the show, which features new versions of classic songs, tons of improvisation and audience interaction. (Taken from the press release)

April 5- May 11,2016 

(Photos by Dean Cechvala)

(Canyon) takes a look at what happens when the lives of two families are rocked by an unpredictable accident. We meet a newlywed couple and a Mexican father and son as they all try their best to find a better view. A look at gender, citizenship, and the costs of trying to live a conventional, American life. Taken from the website. 

February 22 – March 24, 2019

GREAT SHOW!
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8.7 Overall
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(PHOTO CREDIT: Darrett Sanders)

Mathematics has a fragile nobility that can be drawn between two numbers…just as it can be drawn between two people. When one woman accepts the help of another, her dependence leaves a few variables for filling, and nothing comes out even. With the introduction of a third, male, party, the equation gets more complicated. Taken from the website.

Feb 22- March 30,2019

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(Photo by Craig Schwartz)


Lackawanna Blues is a reminiscence of his 1950s childhood in a small town on the banks of Lake Erie. Santiago-Hudson takes on more than 20 colorful characters—from would-be philosophers and petty hustlers to lost souls and abandoned lovers—in a brilliant celebration of the eccentric boardinghouse he grew up in. Taken from the website.

MAR 5 – APR 21, 2019

Average Show!
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(Photo by Jordan Kubat/SCR)

Rosalind Franklin was a British pioneer in science in the early 1950s, yet her groundbreaking role in the discovery of DNA’s double helix structure is still often overlooked. Based on a true story, Photograph 51 presents an intriguing portrait of a complex, courageous woman making her way in a male-dominated field. While rival teams of researchers compete for a breakthrough, Rosalind, focused and unbending, is locked in a race of her own.  Taken from the website. 

March 3-24, 2019 

 

GREAT SHOW!
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(Photo by Ed Krieger)

A diverse hip-hop trio is on the verge of making it big on national TV when a police shooting of a Black teen shakes the band to its core, forcing them to confront questions of race, gender, privilege, appropriation, and when to use artistic expression as an act of social protest. Taken from the website. 

FEB 23RD – APRIL 14TH,2019

GREAT SHOW! 
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