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Behind the Orange Curtain #4 – FOR THE KIDS: FREE Theatre Education Opportunities in Orange County!

Written by Patrick Chavis 

Theatrical education is incredibly important.  Not merely for those who want to become performers, directors, or any other part of the industry–no, it’s been found that learning about the theatre is beneficial in everyday life (Studies) (Studies). After researching the county, I was able to find three different programs facilitated by South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa and The Chance Theatre in Anaheim that are working to get kids into theatre–and what’s even more impressive, the programs offered are free to students.  Continue Reading

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FREE Shakespeare @ UCI – The Shakespeare Short Festival – NEWS

The Schedule and Location are below. 

 

The Tempest, director, Travis Kendrick

The Two Gentlemen of Verona, director, Sarah Butts

Macbeth, director, Paul Cook

 

WHEN:

 

Thursday, April 30
7:00 pm — Macbeth
9:00 pm — The Tempest

 

Friday, May 1
7:00 pm — The Tempest
9:00 pm — The Two Gentlemen of Verona

 

Saturday, May 2
12:00 pm — The Tempest
  1:30 pm — The Two Gentlemen of Verona
  3:00 pm — Macbeth
  7:00 pm — The Two Gentlemen of Verona
  9:00 pm  — Macbeth

 

The show will take place at the Intercollegiate Athletic Building (#625) University of California, Irvine 

Irvine, CA 92697

Link to a printable Campus Map Here 

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Looking Over Santa Ana : The Long Road Today/El Largo Camino de Hoy – Review

“Santa Ana Toy Theater,” A collaborative work by Adriana Sanchez Alexander, Chilo Te, Zuleica Zepeda

Written by Alina Mae Wilson 

I recently attended  The Long Road Today/El Largo Camino de Hoy in Santa Ana, a story centering on the community’s response to the death of a young boy playing in the streets of Santa Ana. With a large cast and crew running around, determined to bring the audience different stories and experiences, the show is muddled and lacks decisive strength. Continue Reading

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