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Theatre and Dance Season 2020-2021

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FALL 2020
Confessions of Women from East L.A.
By Josefina Lopez
Directed by Stefani Baez

Nov. 12, 13, & 14 Livestreamed at 7pm

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A celebration of being Latina and being women in the U.S., this play challenges the stereotypes of Latinas as "virgins, mothers and whores," with the vibrant humor and authentic voices of women from East L.A. telling their stories with imagination and poetry.
Crossroads: A Screendance Event, Fall Dance Concert
Artistic Director: Amy Michelle Allen

Nov. 28 & 30 Livestreamed at 7pm

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We may not have chosen the time, but the time has chosen us." - John Lewis. The CSUDH Department of Theatre and Dance presents an online fall dance concert featuring faculty choreography inspired by the historic crossroads we are experiencing.

A Surge of Power
Directed by Shaunte’ Caraballo

February 25, 26, 27, and March 2nd Live Streamed at 7pm

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A Surge of Power introduces us to a group of strangers who meet while at a Black Lives Matter protest. We discover who they are, where they are from, what brought them here, and what they hope for the future. It is a new, devised theatrical work that is developed and created by the cast and director. It brings together actors, writers, singers, and poets to create an original piece of theatre.
Untamed Visions Spring Student Dance Concert
Artistic Director: Doris Ressl

University Theatre, April 15, 16 and 17 at 7pm

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Student choreographers boldly explore the wild world of dance by crafting artistic visions that take them and you on a journey to new places.
Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play
By Anne Washburn
Music by Michael Friedman
Directed by Naomi Buckley
Musical Direction by Jared Scott
Choreography by Robert Laos

May 6, 7 and 8 at 8pm

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It's the end of everything in contemporary America. A future without power. But what will survive? Mr. Burns asks how the stories we tell make us the people we are, explodes the boundaries between pop and high culture and, when society has crumbled, imagines the future for America's most famous family.