Join us for the Up Close and Personal Series!

For just $40 per person, you can add one ticket to each of the performances in our Up Close and Personal Series, running in the Richard Christiansen Theater from April 20th to June 4th, 2017. The series includes:

St. Jude

Written and performed by Ensemble Playwright Luis Alfaro

Luis Alfaro (Mojada, Oedipus el Ray) returns to perform his charged solo work. St. Jude takes us on a powerful journey with Luis as he learns of his father's stroke and returns to the California Central Valley of his childhood.

A Little Bit Not Normal

Written and performed by Arlene Malinowski

With her trademark humor, Arlene Malinowski confronts her personal demon - depression. A Little Bit Not Normal is a poignant life-affirming journey from mental illness to recovery, and the process of naming it, claiming it, and standing to be counted.

Where Did We Sit on the Bus?

Written and performed by Brian Quijada

During a lesson on the Civil Rights movement, a Latino boy raises his hand to ask, "Where did we sit on the bus?" and his teacher can't answer. Brian Quijada examines what it means to be a Latino through the eyes of a child, turned teenager, turned adult.

 


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