Aladdin hops and tumbles through his fantastic adventures as the audience helps create the magic in this participation play.
An enchanting and deliciously French romp of a musical that will take you back to the turn of the century, springtime in Paris and love!
Six Bay Area College are set perform a variety of dance pieces.
Student performances with student, faculty and guest choreographers.
In this Pulitzer Prize-winning play, we are transported to hurricane season in Mississippi, where three sisters are weathering storms of the heart. A slice of 1980's southern life -- poignant, whimsical, hilarious.
Who wins when a realist and an idealist vie for the allegiance of a fence-straddler? This conflict becomes personal (and hilarious) when the competitors are father and daughter.
Variety is the key in two different programs of student directed one-act plays.
Curse is a curious bonding of an O'Neillesque, booze-wracked family with Shepard's cocky Greenwich Village histrionics. And so the curse goes: not poor enough for help, not rich enough to pull themselves out of the dung heap. No breaks in sight. Escape seems to be the only answer --- whether by car, sex or the bottle.
The Pajama Game focuses on a pajama factory where workers are threatening to strike if their demands for a wage increase are not met. When the factory superintendent and the head of the grievance committee fall in love, the plot unfolds into a complicated situation.
Presented in collaboration with the City College of San Francisco.
A kaleidoscope of vignettes --- comic, dramatic, and theatrical --- depicting various moments in women's lives.
This play is a parable --- in spite of Brecht's denial. This production is an attempt to find a theatrical expression appropriate to the parable form. This play is about stupidity, inhumanity, corruption, intemperance, injustice, rapacity and other things.