Caesar's tyrannical rule has polarized the city. His assassination divides the people, the senators, even his friends, into warring factions. The republic descends into bloody civil chaos in the Bard's chilling - and eerily timely - thriller about power, political change and the elusive nature of truth. Theatricum's Julius Caesar is performed in 80 minutes from the perspective of the mysterious Soothsayer.
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The Last, Best Small Town tells the story of two neighboring families-one Latine and one White-who live in the small Southern California town of Fillmore. As the first decade of the 21st century unfolds, the children of these families come of age, fall in love, and suffer loss, as they continually hunt for their place in a world that can no longer promise them a better life than their parents.
The natural beauty of our Topanga wilderness transforms once again into an enchanted forest, peopled by lovers and fairies in Shakespeare's most magical romp. Comic misadventures, mistaken identities, and unrequited love collide as an original score lifts The Bard's words to song. Theatricum's Dream is the perfect experience to introduce your family to the world of Shakespeare.
The Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre is proud to present the world premiere of Motel 66, 12 new one-act plays set in different cities along 'Get Your Kicks on Route 66'. The short plays will be performed as two different programs of six plays each, Program A: "Head East" on Thursdays and Saturdays at 8:00pm, and Program 1: "Go West" on Fridays and Sundays at 8:00pm - all in the newly built outdoor experience The Yard. The Yard offers live outdoor theater while implementing up-to-the-minute Covid guidelines.
An Octoroon is a radical, incendiary and subversively funny riff on Dion Boucicault's once-popular 1859 mustache-twirling melodrama set on a Louisiana plantation. A spectacular collision of the antebellum South and 21st-century cultural politics, An Octoroon twists a funhouse world of larger-than-life stereotypes into blistering social commentary to create a gasp-inducing satire.
William Haines acted in 50 films between 1922 and 1934 and was the number one box-office draw at the end of the silent era. He was also the first openly gay movie star, a fact that the MGM studio attempted to conceal, fearing that Haines' gayness would prove to be box-office poison. Studio executives Louis B. Mayer and Irving Thalberg attempt to force Haines to marry a woman, to please the fans. But Haines is devoted to his male lover, Jimmie Shields. Mayer sends Haines' best female friend, Joan Crawford, to try and persuade Haines to marry a woman. Mayer gives Haines an ultimatum: marry a woman and continue to be a movie idol, or turn his back on his movie career and lose everything so that he can stay with Jimmie. What will Haines do?
Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang explore life's great questions as they play baseball, struggle with homework, sing songs, swoon over their crushes, and celebrate the joy of friendship. A special event outdoors in Memorial Park in Sierra Madre.