LOOKING AHEAD...

Upcoming productions and other exciting happenings. 


CANADA in 2020!

FEBRUARY/MARCH 2020

FEBRUARY/MARCH 2020

ANYWHERE BUT HERE

Electric Company Theater

by Carmen Aguirre

directed by Juliette Carrillo

design by Christopher Acebo

World premiere

Anywhere But Here follows a family on a journey back towards Chile from Canada. Along the desert border between the US and Mexico, the father and his two young daughters encounter an increasingly fantastic range of characters. They are encircled by past, present and future, in a collective vision that takes them, and the audience, into the compelling experiences of people crossing and guarding the border. With the arrival of the mother of the family, they confront the costs of exile and the true nature of home.

FEBRUARY 2020!

FEBRUARY 2020

FEBRUARY 2020

CULTURE CLASH (still) IN AMERICA

Berkeley Rep

 by Culture Clash

directed by Lisa Peterson

design by Christopher Acebo

Irreverent, thought-provoking social satire

The missionaries of mayhem are back with their unique, badass brand of Chicano satire! Born here in the Bay and Los Angeles-based, Culture Clash first brought their dangerous and subversive version of documentary theatre to Berkeley audiences with Culture Clash in AmeriCCa, gleefully skewering American culture through the lens of the Latino experience.

In this powerful, pointed, and downright hilarious update they turn their razor-sharp wit to everything from pussy hats to MAGA caps, laying down outrageous, biting, and thought-provoking monologues and sketch comedy about the immigrant experience in America right now.

FALL OF 2019!

SEPTEMBER 7 -OCTOBER 5

SEPTEMBER 7 -OCTOBER 5

AMERICAN MARIACHI

South Coast Rep

by Jose Cruz Gonzales

directed by Christopher Acebo

A vibrant new comedy.

In this big-hearted comedy with live music, Lucha spends her days caring for her mother and yearning for more. But it’s the 1970s and women can’t be mariachis…or can they? Defying tradition, Lucha and her spunky cousin hunt for bandmates and take up instruments. A loving gesture for a mother becomes much more as the young women dream big and embrace the transcendent power of music. “A tug at the heartstrings that will echo for days” (Denver Post).


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OSF 2019

MOTHER ROAD by Octavio Solis

COMEDY OF ERRORS by William Shakespeare adapted by LUIS ALFARO

MACBETH by William Shakespeare