Santa Cruz Public Libraries'
|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Shakespeare Santa Cruz|
|Address:||Theater Arts/UCSC, 1156 High St.|
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
|Description:||SSC and UCSC Theater Arts Annual Holiday Co-Production "It"s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" by Joe Landry
November 15–December 8, 2013
UCSC Theater Arts Mainstage
From the Cineplex to the stage, It"s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is performed as 1940s live radio broadcast. Become the studio audience as actors perform the dozens of beloved characters from Bedford Falls as well as producing the sound effects, catchy radio jingles, and amusing commercials. Join in the holiday spirit and experience this classic story of redemption with a production for the entire family.
Professional theater featuring plays by Shakespeare and contemporary playwrights, with an accent on American playwrights. Afternoon and evening performances in the Sinsheimer-Stanley Festival glen and indoor, Mainstage Theater, mid-July through the end of August, on the campus of UCSC. Call 831-459-2159 for ticket information or visit website for information on current season
During the summer season there are many opportunities to enrich your theater experience: backstage tours, pre- and post-show conversations with the artists; early season contact with artists at local bookshops. See the website for listings.
FEES: Check the website or call the Box Office (831-459-2159).
|Mission:||Shakespeare Santa Cruz strives to cultivate the imagination, wit, daring, and vision that the greatest playwrights demand of artists and audiences alike.|
|Programs:||In addition to the summer repertory season and the holiday show, Shakespeare Santa Cruz has two performance programs which seek to engage student actors with Shakespearean and other classical texts---the summer Fringe show and the Shakespeare to Go program. The Fringe show is an opportunity for the summer Company's acting interns to perform their own production in the Glen two nights each summer.
Shakespeare to Go is an educational outreach program and recipient of NEA funding featuring University of California Santa Cruz Theatre Arts students who tour local schools in the spring performing one-hour versions of one of the full-length plays to be featured in the summer repertory season. Additionally, Shakespeare to Go presents a limited number of free public performances.
|Languages other than English:||None|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Parking & Wheelchair Access|
|Public Transportation:||Available Within Four Blocks|
|Eligibility:||Open to All|
|Fees:||See Description Notes|
|Physical Location:||Santa Cruz|
|Parent Agency:||University of California Santa Cruz|
|This record last modified September 26, 2013|