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Email: PerformingArts@csudh.edu

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DECEMBER

Guitar Ensemble Concert

December 2

8:00pm

Marvin Laser Recital Hall

Live-Stream & Live In-Person

https://youtu.be/VYJPHf4NjB4

Guitar Ensemble

David Issacs, Director

Senior Recital Series

Gabriela Flores, Voice

December 3

7:00pm

Marvin Laser Recital Hall

Live-Stream & Live In-Person

https://youtu.be/tTgafFWSXe0

Gabriela Flores, Voice

Forward Momentum: Fall Dance Concert

December 1, 2, 3, & 4

7:00pm

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Artistic Direction by Doris Ressl-Acosta

Dance never stops. Even during the pandemic, we kept moving forward.  We embraced the new technology of dance on zoom, screen dance, and how to dance six feet apart while wearing masks.  It’s all part of the forward momentum of dance – learning from the past, embracing the present, and contributing the to the future.

Jazz & Contemporary Music Ensembles

December 8

7:00pm

University Theatre

Live-Stream & Live In-Person

https://youtu.be/8pGepsfudZ0

Jazz & Contemporary Music Ensembles Concert

Teo Avery, Director

FEBRUARY

The House of Ramon Iglesia

February 23, 24, 25, & 26 - 7pm

February 25 - 2pm

Directed by: Stefani Baez and Brian Stevens

APRIL

Motherfu**er with the Hat

April 13, 14, 15, & 16 - 7pm

April 15 - 2pm

By Adly Guirgis

Directed by Kelly Herman

In this fast-paced urban cage fight surrounding a strange lid, addiction and verbal brawling, we follow Jackie home from a stint in prison and his journey to adjust to life outside. But things go south in a hurry when he arrives at his girlfriend’s apartment only to find some motherfu**er has left his hat. Jackie spirals back into his past life and the uncertainty surrounding his future.

Adult Language, Violence, Strong Sexual Content

MAY

Lemniscate: Spring Dance Concert

May 4, 5, 6 - 7pm

May 7 - 2pm

Artistic Direction by Amy Allen

Senior choreographers reflect on their educational journeys at CSUDH and present their senior projects in a dance concert titled, Lemniscate. Each student's journey has a unique origin, and each student's journey will lead to a unique destination.  Like a lemniscate, both paths converge at the center, a place for a fateful meeting before traversing onward.