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Upcoming Production Fall 2016
Love's Labour's Lost
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Zoe Saba
Join us for Shakespeare's comedic gem celebrating young romance. The King of Navarre and his lords have just pledged to foreswear all women and devote themselves to scholarship, when the Princess of France and her friends appear on the scene. It does not take long before the men are hopelessly distracted by their romantic yearnings and have to choose between their pride and finding true love.
Thursday-Saturday, October 20, 21 & 22 at 8PM
Sunday, October 23 at 2PM
Free pre-show lecture in the Albertson Room (near Theatre lobby):
Thursday, October 20th at 7:15PM
Sunday, October 23rd at 1:15PM.
$10 General Admission
$8 Seniors (60+)/CSUB Faculty & Staff
$5 Students with Identification
Box Office opens one hour prior to each performance and takes cash and checks only. We do not take credit cards. Box Office: (661) 654-3150. Reservations are not needed for this particular production.
Parking is free in lot adjacent to the theatre.
The Theatre Program is part of CSUB's Music & Theatre Department. To check out the Music Program, go to https://www.csub.edu/music/index.html
We are in the School of Arts & Humanities. To check out the School website, go to https://www.csub.edu/ah/index.html
"Studying at the CSUB Theatre Department allowed me to experiment with projects and roles that shaped the actor I am today. They gave me space and tools to create art —regardless of size and scope — always encouraging creativity, spontaneity and hard work. I was lucky to have what I did in the theatre program at CSUB and continually draw on my time there for inspiration."
—Jeff Lepine, Artistic Director of The Peoples Improv Theater, NYC
"CSUB Theatre cultivates artists as they take responsibility for and initiative in their craft. It offers support and countless possibilities for students who are committed to growth."
—Miguel Torres, CSU Fullerton MFA Program
Come Study With Us!
CSUB Theatre can offer you the following:
- small class sizes allowing individual attention from dedicated, experienced faculty
- opportunities to perform, design, direct, stage manage
- a lively production program including a Theatre for Young Audiences tour and Theatre of New Voices—a new play festival
- training in acting, design, directing, creative dramatics
- a solid foundation in theatre history, literature and script analysis
We take pride in turning out well-rounded members of the theatre community.