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Theatre and Dance

Theatre & Dance Spring 2004 Season

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February 18, 2004 :: No. 152

Who: Cal State Fullerton Department of Theatre and Dance
   
What: Spring 2004 Season
   
Where: Cal State Fullerton’s Performing Arts Center
Nutwood Ave. and State College Blvd., Fullerton
   
Program:

The national award winning Department of Theatre and Dance at California State University, Fullerton, announces its Spring 2004 Season.

Spring kicks off with A.R. Gurney’s, A Cheever Evening. Directed by professional director and CSUF professor Joseph Arnold, A Cheever Evening is based on the short stories of John Cheever. It runs March 5-28, 2004, in the Arena Theatre.

The Spring Dance Theatre, coordinated by Gladys Kares, celebrates the creativity of the choreographer and the growth of the student dancer. It runs April 9-11, 2004, in the Little Theatre.

Graduate student Stephanie Routman directs the west coast premiere of Andorra, by Max Frisch. This 1961 drama explores racism with the story of a non-Jew, brought up as a Jew, who falls victim to anti-Semitic hostility. It runs April 16-May 2, 2004, in the Arena Theatre.

Professional director Roger Castellano is directing and choreographing the Pulitzer Prize winning musical, A Chorus Line, with music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban, book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, and conception by Michael Bennett. Once the longest running show in Broadway history, A Chorus Line runs in the Little Theatre, April 23-May 2, 2004.

Professional director and CSUF professor Donn Finn directs Offshore Signals, by Roger Cornish. In this cold war drama, a Rumanian Jew is sent from Bucharest to Washington to implore President Roosevelt to persuade American Jews to pay for the passage of seventy thousand Jews to Palestine. Without the help of the American government, the anti-Jewish Premier of Rumania will simply hand them over to the Germans. It runs May 14-23 in the Recital Hall.

   
Admission: Advance sales of single tickets for comedies and dramas are $9 for general admission, and $7 with the Titan Discount (student, senior or CSUF ID). Advance sales of single tickets for musicals are $16 for general admission, and $13 with the Titan Discount. All tickets purchased at the door are $9 for comedies and dramas, and $16 for musicals.
   
Box Office: For tickets, please call the CSUF Performing Arts Center Box Office at 657-278-3371. The Box Office is open 11am-4pm, Monday through Friday. Tickets are also available 24/7 on the internet at www.tickets.com. Questions? Call us at 657-278-3371 or EMAIL us at pac-boxoffice@fullerton.edu. Or check out the Website at www.fullerton.edu/arts/events.
   
Media Contacts: Dr. Jim Volz, Professor, Theatre and Dance at 657-278-3538
Elizabeth Champion, Public Relations, College of the Arts 657-278-2434


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