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Las Positas College Department of Theater Arts Presents Spring 2021 Season of Plays - On-Demand & Live!

Las Positas College
For Immediate Release
 
 
 
Media Contact: Titian Lish 
tlish@laspositascollege.edu
 
 
Las Positas College Department of Theater Arts Presents Spring 2021 Season of Plays -
On-Demand & Live!
 
 
 
 
 
(Livermore, CA) - This spring, join the Las Positas College Theater Arts Department for a series of live and prerecorded events meant to inspire you and bring theater into your home. Beginning March 20, 2021, fans will be able to download, at their convenience, multiple events as a part of our On Demand Theater events.
 
All productions were filmed using green screen technology at Las Positas College's Mertes Center for the Arts as a part of the Spring 2021 Season of Plays.
 
Storytime: Children's Lit "Live"
Add something new to your favorite children's story with "simulated live performance" retellings! Enjoy On-Demand videos of charming children's stories, told by the character in the book! Follow up with Interrupting Chicken, Gerald and Piggy, Jasper Rabbit and his Creepy Carrots, the animals at Farmer Brown's (Click Clack Moo)...and that kid who swears that Dragons Love Tacos!
 
Follow up your On-Demand watch fest with fun activities like cooking, crafts, and more to compliment and inspire the littlest artists in your household.
 
My Favorite Wife
A screwball comedy radio play about a woman who, after being shipwrecked on a tropical island, returns on the day of her husband's second marriage. This radio play version of the popular 1940's film with Irene Dunne and Cary Grant has been transformed into a digital presentation by director Dyan McBride.
 
Who: LPC Department of Theater Arts 
What: Spring 2021 Season of Plays
When: March 20, 2021 - April 10, 2021
Where: Online Digital Livestream
Tickets: $15.00 per event. Get your tickets here.
 
Creative team:
Producer: Titian Lish
Directors: Dyan McBride, Titian Lish
Technical Director: John Kelly
Costume Designers: Jenny Gurney, Alexandria Volk
Stage Technicians: Mike Rinaldi, Karl Haller
Livestream Stage Manager: Annie Tillis
Commissioned Playwright: Stephanie Neuerburg
 
Cast:
Alise Bradford, Amy Tet, Anthony Lopez, Cameron Cortinas, Colin FitzMaurice, Danail Georgiev, Daniel Gilmer, Darrien Cabreana, Elias Barauskas, Erin Thrush, Jasmine Guerrero, Jesse Bowman, Jonathan Weiss, Katie Mathers, Kieran Nicholas Fernandez, Kris Kiyoi, Liva Langer, Logan Schluntz, Lydia Benton, Marcello Antonio Deguzman, Matt Bessiere, Max Alvarado, Meredith Sarboraria, Mikala Slotnick, Osvaldo Mora, Rachel Maleh, Rikki Martinez, Seth Pope, Tei'a Pueliu, Tucker Price, Veronica Valenti
 
Return throughout the season for more productions, transitioning from On-Demand to Digital Live with audience participation!
 
29 Minute Hamlet
April 2021 - LIVE/Digital Performance
Directed and Adapted by Dyan McBride
A 29 minute adaptation of William Shakespeare's Hamlet, with puppets. Because we are done with taking everything so seriously.
 
The Training Mission
May 2021 - LIVE/Digital Performance
Directed by Titian Lish
Written by Stephanie Neuerburg
Join fellow astronauts on a Choose Your Own Adventure style mission to space! Work with audience members across the digital divide to direct the mission objective in real time. Ideal for Astronauts ages 8-12 years of age.
 
Medea (A Parody)
May 2021 - LIVE/Digital Performance
Directed by Dyan McBride
A sketch co-authored by Christopher Durang and Wendy Wasserstein, Medea and her chorus of woman try to figure out if it's appropriate to kill your children to punish your husband. Jason shows up; so does a messenger with news of Lady Teazle; and a Deus ex Machina comes down from the sky to cheer everybody up - just your basic Greek...comedy?
 
For questions or more information about the performances and live streams, contact Titian Lish at tlish@laspositascollege.edu.
 
For more information about the Las Positas College Department of Theater Arts and events, visit: http://laspositascollege.edu/theater/events.php
 
 
About Las Positas College Performing Arts
The Las Positas College Performing Arts program is designed to provide knowledge, training, and practical experience in a variety of areas which can be used in continuing participation and appreciation of theater, music, dance, and communication studies throughout life.  We offer a nurturing and personalized educational environment for all students who wish to pursue their passions in performance. 
YOU can help keep Theater Arts possible for our students. Your ticket purchase can provide valuable scholarships and program funds for keeping our theater program healthy, so that we can provide theatrical opportunities for our students and communities. With the cancellation of our last three shows, due to Covid-19, our program has lost potential revenue of more than $10,000; coupled with Statewide budget cuts to education projected to impact colleges for the next 5 years, we are desperate for your help... and every little bit helps. 

We are hoping to ensure our next season is as powerful and professional as our students and community deserve. Keep the arts alive, one ticket at a time!
 
About Las Positas College  
Las Positas College currently enrolls 8,000 students and offers curriculum for students seeking transfer to a four-year college or university, career preparation, or basic skills education. The College provides university transfer classes, retraining classes for those in need of employment or career advancement, a first-time educational opportunity for many adults, enrichment classes for those seeking a broader perspective, and career and technical training for those entering the technical and paraprofessional workforce.
 
Las Positas College is a learning-centered institution focused on excellence and student success. It is fully committed to supporting Tri-Valley residents in their quest for education and advancement. Las Positas College faculty and staff are distinguished by their energy, creativity, and commitment to making a difference in the lives of the students they serve and the future of the Tri-Valley region.
 
 

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