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Treasure Island  
Carpenter Performing Arts Center Treasure Island
 
People have been embarking on the timeless adventure of Treasure Island for well over a century, but when’s the last time you heard the dastardly Long John Silver burst into song? Well, get ready to meet some pirates who love to hit high notes while they sail the high seas of Long Beach.

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'night, Mother  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum 'night, Mother
 
'night, Mother by Marsha Norman. Life in the Cates household is changed forever when 40-something Jessie announces to her mother that she plans to kill herself before the night is over. As Norman's Pulitzer Prize-winning play unfolds in real-time, Thelma desperately works to convince her daughter that life is worth living. Real-life mother and daughter Ellen and Willow Geer star in this eloquent and darkly humorous American classic hailed as one of the most powerful contemporary dramas ever written.

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The Last, Best Small Town  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum The Last, Best Small Town
 
Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum presents the world premiere of The Last, Best Small Town by local playwright John Guerra. Two neighboring families — one Latinx and one white — live in nearby Fillmore, the self-proclaimed “Last, Best Small Town in Southern California.” Set during the first decade of the 2000s, immediately following the financial crisis, the children of these families come of age, fall in love, suffer loss, and continually hunt for their place in a changed world that can no longer promise them a better life than their parents. Guerra’s play is a striking 21st-century response to Thornton Wilder’s Our Town.

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