A captivating musical legend of romance between a peasant girl and a rich boy from the city whom she saves from certain death. A Caribbean retelling of “The Little Mermaid.”
The 10th anniversary of the Cal State Hayward Campus Follies is an event, which features variety show acts by Cal State employees. They will raise money for student scholarships.
Theatre & Dance present the annual festival were high school students from around the area compete for best individual scene and best design.
This Aesop fable about a lion and a mouse is retold for the stage by the award-winning children’s writer Aurand Harris. In this delightful adaptation, it is a young Roman slave, Androcles, who removes a thorn from the lion’s paw.
A contemporary dram reflecting the anger and violence of the mean streets by award-winning author “Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll,” and “Talk Radio.”
Set several hundred years in the future, “Eighteen Months to Earth” takes place inside a small space craft returning to Earth after a 60-year mission, carrying James, a young man born and orphaned in space.
This is a year-end review of contemporary dance choreographed by faculty and guest choreographers. A rollicking showcase of contemporary dance.
Selections from the works of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides performed in the ancient language of the poets.
A powerful classic of western civilization—a story of ecstasy and violence, erotic frenzy and destruction.
A senior dance concert.
San Francisco’s hottest improv troupe.
I have found a strong fascination with the part “way down deep that’s eternal about every human being.” In a time we are constantly running and constantly trying to connect it is especially important to remember that our strongest connections lie in one another, the human connection—Leo Rodriguez
The authors of Jesus Christ Superstar have created a soft rock fantasy from the biblical story of Joseph and his brethren and turned this ancient tale into a rollicking pastiche of vaudevillian turns, country and western, calypso, 50’s rock and roll and acid rock.
Three women—a mother and her two daughters—set up a lavish dinner for a father’s return. In the process of waiting they go through their histories, exorcising the forces that limited their potential as women, and so eventually freeing themselves from themselves.
The themes are still current—faithlessness, deception, and ambition. The play has everything a modern audience would wish for: witches, treachery, murder, and enough blood to satisfy the most ghoulish of audiences.
This timeless Dickens’ tale follows miserly Ebenezer Scrooge through a long, dark winter night, until he is transformed and discovers the true spirit of Christmas. Bring the Family.