April 27 and 28
All proceeds benefit the Dance Studies Program and contribute to scholarship opportunities for Minors in Dance
Directed by Jason Heil
Performance times: April 6th, 7th, and 8th at 7PM, and April 8 at 2 PM
Location: CSUSM, Arts 111
General Public: $10
Written collaboratively with Aaron Landsman
Directed by Dr. Judy Bauerlein
Home imagines a university classroom where the class is taught by the students, a live DJ and a very engaged audience. The social justice issue of homelessness is the focal point of the day’s lecture, and the classroom/performance community mobilizes as they explore what they value most about home.
Shahar Biniamini, an international teaching artist currently in residence at UCLA offers three Master Classes at CSUSM on Monday, February 20.
This event is made possible by the San Diego - Israel Initiative.
Monday, December 5 at 7 pm in ARTS 111. Free Admission!
It's FREE! Dance Studies Event with Guest Choreographer, Crystal Sepulveda
This audio-visual event, The River Knows, takes place December 1 during U-Hour in Arts 101.
CSUSM theatre is delighted to announce general auditions for our spring 2017 season.
The plays include Home, directed by Dr. Judy Bauerlein, and A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Jason Heil. You do not have to be a theatre major to audition.
Home is an original theatre piece that explores the experience of being homeless in San Diego. Drawing upon the testimonies and stories of people who are, or have been homeless, the play gives voice to the homeless community in Escondido. The collaborative team includes CSUSM students and faculty, Interfaith Community Center in Escondido and Princeton Arts Fellow, Aaron Landsman (playwright). Home opens in March.
A Midsummer Night's Dream is one of Shakespeare's most popular comedies, and this production marks the first fully produced Shakespearean play at CSUSM! We are delighted that veteran actor and director, Jason Heil, will be at the helm! A Midsummer Night's Dream opens in April.
Please use this link to sign up for an audition time.
We look forward to seeing you in November!
The Tukwut Jazz Ensemble will be performing their Fall concert on December 8th at 7pm in ARTS 111.
Juste (Red Nose Clown) is an original, student generated theatre piece that celebrates humanity’s limitless capacity to risk, fail and thrive! The clown plays an important role in many cultures, amplifying and reflecting our own lived experience through physical humor.
Directed by Robert Milz
October 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th at 7pm
October 8th at 2pm
Student tickets $8
General Admission $12
Directed by Jason Eberwein
FREE performance at U Hour (12pm) on Thursday November 17th