November 12-20, 2022
Los Angeles Mission College Theatre Arts will present its fall production, Blood Wedding, the classic romantic tragedy by Spanish playwright Federico García Lorca, translated by Langston Hughes. Blood Wedding will run November 12-20 in the AMP Theater in LA Mission College's Arts, Media & Performance Building. The play runs from Saturday, November 12 through Sunday, November 20. Performance times are Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:00 pm, and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. Tickets go on sale on November 1 and are from $10.00 to $20.00.
SPRING '23 CLASS SCHEDULE IS LIVE
The Fall '22 semester has been a thrilling return to a full class schedule and lots of activity in the AMP Building. The Spring '23 Theatre Arts classes will keep the fire burning with a variety of acting, design, and tech classes.
INTRODUCTION TO THEATER
Robert Cucuzza •3 units • No pre-req • GE course • Zero textbook
INTRODUCTION TO STAGECRAFT Bri Pattillo • 3 units • No pre-req • Zero textbook
Wednesdays and Fridays 2:20-4:40
Robert Cucuzza • 3 units • Pre-req required • Zero textbook
Lena Sands • 3 units • No pre-req • Zero textbook
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SPRING THEATRE PRODUCTION!
MR. GRIEVES and THE VAMPIRES
Our spring production, Mr. Grieves and The Vampires, written and directed by Associate Professor Robert Cucuzza will continue the style of work from last year’s She Who Was No More. As that show brought to vivid theatrical life a collision between the pulp novel and theatre, Mr. Grieves and The Vampires does the same with theatre, early cinema, and punk rock. Using the 1915 silent film serial Les Vampires and the classic Pixies album, Doolittle, as launching points, Mr. Grieves and The Vampires will splatter the stage with the desperate underworld of economic inequality, as an intrepid journalist goes to perilous lengths to bring down the brutal anarchist crime syndicate, The Vampires.
We will be seeking actors and production crew in the beginning of the spring semester. No prior theatre experience is necessary.