A lively joyous exploration of the harmonies of life.
"Dracula: A Musical Nightmare" draws its life's blood, so to speak, from two sources in 19th century stage tradition: melodrama and British "music hall" entertainments.
Six Bay Area Colleges show their stuff.
Student performances with student, faculty and guest choreographers.
"A white knuckle psychological thriller" (USA Today). A young woman overpowers her rapist and exacts her revenge.
A lyrical and sympathetic treatment of these teenage, star-crossed lovers.
The name of the piece is "Men Dancing".
The annual showcase is produced and directed by advanced directing students.
This particular script is midpoint between pure improvised commedia and the new written commedia.
A world premiere. The play explores the lives and minds of teenagers as they make the transition to adulthood. It takes an emotional look at suicide, love, dreams and peer pressure.
A devastating horror story about hypocrisy, revenge and murder.
A thrilling story of ecstasy and violence, erotic frenzy and destruction --- a classic of western civilization. This show was invited to the ACTF Festival show for not only the regional competition but also to D.C.
The original musical, "Hermione" by Cal State Hayward alums Alison Ragland and Brian Beacock is a bright 50's musical, set in ancient Greece.