SPRING 2015 THEATRICAL SEASON
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Matt Foyer
Two weekends, seven performances
April 2 – 12, 2015: Thu/Fri/Sat at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Auditorium Main Stage Theatre (AU 100)
Running Time: 2 hours with a 15-minute intermission.
"One of Shakespeare's most enjoyable and theatrically successful comedies, Much Ado is sparkling with witty dialogue, young lovers, virtue,villainy, and charming naivete." --Samuel French
Please note: This production uses a vapor cigarette and camera flashes.
STUDIO THEATRE PRODUCTION
Infinite Black Suitcase
by E.M. Lewis
Directed by Ed Douglas
Two weekends, seven performances
April 30 – May 9, 2015: Thu/Fri/Sat at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Auditorium Studio Theatre (AU 102)
Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission. No late seating.
"An endearing and insightful perusal into the lives of 16 rural Oregonians, dealing with the trauma of recent or impending death, during the course of a single day." --Variety
May 7th performance includes a post-show discussion with the cast and playwright E.M. Lewis at no additional cost.
Please note: Due to strong language and mature subject matters, this play is not recommended for children.
- Regular: $15
- Student (w/ ID): $12
- Senior (55+): $12
- Children (10 & under): $10
GCC Auditorium Box Office
1500 N. Verdugo Road., Glendale 91208
(818) 240-1000 x5612
ONLINE 24/7 at GlendaleArts.org
Each semester, the student actors of three performance classes present selected scenes, monologues, and devised pieces in a single night of theatre, never to be seen again. Don't miss it!
- TA 100 Introduction to Acting: Wed, May 27 at 7pm [ Facebook event]
TA 111 Voice for the Actor: Thu, May 28 at 12:20 pm [ Facebook event]
TA 103 Acting Fundamentals I & TA 111 Voice for the Actor: Thu, May 28 at 7pm [ Facebook event]
All showcases take place in the Auditorium Studio Theatre (AU 102). Admission is FREE. Due to the intimate nature of the venue, there can be NO LATE SEATING. Please arrive early so you don't miss these special events.
THE GUN SHOW
Written by E.M. Lewis
Directed by Darin Anthony
Starring Chuma Gault
Produced by Cece Tio
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
GCC Auditorium Main Stage (AU 100)
Running Time: 65 minutes
FREE PARKING in the Parking Structure off of Mountain Street (Lot C) on levels 3-6
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From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, playwright E.M. Lewis takes aim at her own relationship with firearms in The Gun Show. Veteran performer Chuma Gault shares Ms. Lewis’s unique perspective and true stories about America’s most dangerous pastime as if they were his own, with brutal honesty and poignant humor. Leaning neither right nor left, The Gun Show jumps into the middle of the gun control debate, and asks “Can we have a conversation about this?”
READ A REVIEW of Moving Art's recent production of THE GUN SHOW by the L.A. Weekly
"THE GUN SHOW, a first-person memoir written by a woman but performed by a man, is a play about award-winning playwright EM Lewis's different experiences with guns and how they have shaped her life. Ms. Lewis has written this moving play in order to share her stories, but also to inspire others to share their stories. Theatre art converges with social advocacy with both power and subtlety in Chuma Gault's capable hands."