OUR NEXT SHOW:
Our 6th Annual Summer One-Act Festival
4 Plays, 3 Emerging Directors, 1 Original New Work!
Tickets available in July
Weekends - August 8 to 25, 2019
Thursday, August 8th at 7:00pm
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 7pm; and Sunday Matinee (date TBA) at 2pm
*August 8th is a PREVIEW Performance*
Wilkerson Theatre, 1723 25th Street, Sacramento (located inside the California Stage Arts Complex)
$12 in advance (Online)
$15 at the door, General Admission
Preview: $10 online, $12 at the door
Please Note: Online ticket sales end 3 hours before show time. Tickets are also available for purchase at the door 30 minutes prior to each scheduled performance, pending availability. Tickets at the door are CASH ONLY.
Posters from Recent Productions
ABOUT THE PLAYS
The Pen by Diana Burbano
directed by Catalina Bucheli Serrano
About the Play: A story about immigration and justice, or the lack thereof. How far are you willing to go to help thousands of people? Share a post? Donate to a cause? Become an activist? Sacrifice your own life?
7 Days to Mexican by Annette Sanchez
directed by Mat Espinosa
About the Play: In preparation for her son's presentation at his school's multicultural event, a Mexican-American mother realizes her children do not know anything about being Mexican, and has just seven days to help her family “become more Mexican” in this comedic one-act about culture loss, assimilation, and honoring our heritage.
Sylvia: Mother, Latinx
Matthew: Father, Caucasian
Hannah: Daughter, Latinx/Caucasian, high school/college age
Blake: Son, Latinx/Caucasian, high school
Cecilia: Maternal Grandmother, Latinx
Sarah: Maternal Great-Grandmother, Latinx
Bill: Paternal Grandfather, Caucasian
Cathy: Paternal Grandmother, Caucasian
Pick Me Up by Rachel Lynett
directed by Pano Roditis
About the Play: Jenna, a law student, and Lely, an escort she has hired for the night, awkwardly share a hotel room as they attempt to figure out how they know each other in this funny, heartbreaking, endearing play about how outside pressures can push us towards doing something we aren’t even sure we want to do.
TBA (See Above)