The myth of King Arthur, his knights and Queen Guinevere, by the Broadway geniuses, with songs the whole world sings.
Inventive and interpretive dramatic readings of writings by women and ethnic minorities, representing Cal Sates’ diversity.
A hilarious, touching medley about fathers and sons, husbands and wives-the members of the mythic American family.
An original work based on Native American folktales, written and directed by the specialist in children's theater, Will Huddleston.
The annual showcase produced and directed by advanced theatre students.
This summer the department is reviving the production, “Recent Disappearances” written by our very own staff member Alison Ragland. We will be part of the first annual Bay Area Independent Theatre (B.A.I.T) Fringe Festival. We are one of thirteen Bay Area theatre companies performing in the Festival. This play is a disturbing allegory about the fate of innocents-children and animals-who disappear every day. Told with the voices of two girls who are kidnapped, and other young people whose lives are shaped by the pain and loss.
“Purgatory and Sure Thing” were part of the 1991 One Act Festival at CSUH. This annual festival provides an opportunity for advanced undergraduate students to test the bounds of their theatrical creativity and skills. CSUH is honored to bring two one acts and a third production to the first annual Bay Area Independent Theatre (B.A.I.T) Fringe Festival. We are one of thirteen Bay Area theatre companies performing in the Festival.
It is the story of the actor's pleasure trip to Europe which turns into a bizarre journey when his audition piece, Shylock's "Hath Not a Jew" speech, conjures up the ghost of his long dead father, a young U.S Army photographer during World War II. The action is played out during the European political turbulence of 1989.
Love, laughter and wrestling in two different worlds. Cross gender, cross generations, but not a cross world.
A musical spoof that happened "once upon a time." The popular Carol Burnett Broadway hit.
A variety show with improv, clowning, acting, music, and more-showcasing our younger stars.
A searing, sympathetic portrait of Tzu-hsi, the Dowager Empress who from 1861 to 1908, controlled China's destiny. From concubine to Imperial Regent, she knew what she wanted and dared to destroy anything that stood in her way.
An examination and discussion of issues presented in Empress of China.
The French playwright's best work, rich in ideological texture, taut and compelling in its vision. A look at the intense and passionate inner life of its hero.