The Killing Fields, by Anya Pearson, is a riveting new drama about love, loss, and the true price of vengeance. Set in 1980's East Oakland, at the height of the crack epidemic, it reimagines the Ancient Greek play, Agamemnon, through an African American lens. Combining poetic language with great humor and heart, The Killing Fields, is a fresh take on one of history's most epic tales.
11/30/2018 – 12/23/2018
Thurs-Sat at 7:30p
Sun at 2:00p
This dark comedy from David Mamet is celebrating its 30th anniversary and is today as timely as ever. Mamet’s characters fight the battle between art and commerce, but who wins? It’s a story about the intense value and responsibility of storytelling itself, and the complications and compromises created by power struggles, loyalty, greed, and sexual politics; and it’s marked by the raw language, biting humor, and signature dialogue that have made Mamet one of America’s greatest playwrights.
Thursday - Saturday Evenings at 7:30
Sundays at 2pm (no show on Sunday 10/7)
Running time: 90 minutes, no intermission
_____ the wolf is a visual and auditory exploration of desire, longing, and miscommunication of the sexes through the fairytale lens. Inspired by Charles Perrault’s Le Petit Chaperon Rouge (Little Red Riding Hood), _____ the Wolf invites the audience to happen in on five living dioramas, go on a forest walk, and ask “what if?”