Theatre Arts Productions
Foothill College Theatre Arts Presents:
Conclude the week with some fun and touching live plays as Foothill College Theatre Arts celebrates humanity with a breadth of comedies and dramadies presented as energetic readings broadcast via Zoom every Thursday and Friday nights from May 28-June 12. Free of charge. Donations Accepted.
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If you are interested in any/all of the series, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Your name, first and last
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- Your show(s) selection(s)
It's simple and no amount is too small! Follow the link to the Foundation page at Foothill College. In the section marked 'other' make a reference to the Theatre Arts program. donate via Foothill Foundation
Please note: These plays contain adult language and content
Thursday, May 28, 7:30pm – 5 Short Plays from the Marketplace
- Canker Sores & Other Distractions by Christopher Durang
- DMV Tyrant by Christopher Durang
- French Waitress by John Patrick Shanley
- No Dogs Allowed by Shel Silverstein
- No Skronking by Shel Silverstein
Friday, May 29, 7:30 pm – 5 Short Plays of Life, Love and a Few Things In Between
- 1-900-DESPERATE by Christopher Durang
- The Most Lamentable Comedie of Moira & Rosa by Brian Reno & Gabriel Vega Weissman
- Peanuts & Cracker Jack by Brian Reno & Gabriel Vega Weissman
- Poland by John Patrick Shanley
- Undiscovered Countries by Dana Leslie Goldstein
Thursday, June 4, 7:30 pm - Kimberly Akimbo by David Lindsay-Abaire
A hilarious and heartrending play about a teenager with a rare condition causing her body to age faster than it should. When she and her family flee Secaucus under dubious circumstances, Kimberly is forced to reevaluate her life while contending with a hypochondriac mother, a rarely sober father, a scam-artist aunt, her own mortality and, most terrifying of all, the possibility of first love.
Friday, June 5, 7:30 pm – Scissoring by Christina Quintana
When Abigail Bauer takes a job as a teacher at a conservative Catholic school, she is forced to step back into the closet against the wishes of her long-term girlfriend. As she struggles to reconcile her professional ambitions, personal relationships, religious beliefs, and internalized shame, Abigail receives guidance from First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Eleanor’s devoted friend and lover, Lorena Hickok. Through it all, Abigail must find the courage to be unabashedly herself.
**LGBTQ Heritage Month Event
Thursday, June 11, 7:30 pm – Five Women Wearing the Same Dress by Alan Ball
During an ostentatious wedding reception at a Knoxville, Tennessee, estate, five reluctant, identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom, each with her own reason to avoid the proceedings below. They are Frances, a painfully sweet but sheltered fundamentalist; Mindy, the cheerful, wise-cracking lesbian sister of the groom; Georgeanne, whose heartbreak over her own failed marriage triggers outrageous behavior; Meredith, the bride’s younger sister, whose precocious rebelliousness masks a dark secret; and Trisha, a jaded beauty whose die-hard cynicism about men is called into question when she meets Tripp, a charming bad-boy usher to whom there is more than meets the eye. As the afternoon wears on, these five very different women joyously discover a common bond in this wickedly funny, irreverent, and touching celebration of the women’s spirit.
Friday, June 12, 7:30pm – Incorruptible by Michael Hollinger
Welcome to Priseaux, France, c. 1250 A.D.: The river flooded again last week. The chandler’s shop just burned to the ground. Nobody’s heard of the wheelbarrow yet. And Saint Foy, the patron of the local monastery, hasn’t worked a miracle in thirteen years. In other words, the Dark Ages still look pretty dark. All eyes turn to the Pope, whose promised visit will surely encourage other pilgrims to make the trek and restore the abbey to its former glory. That is, until a rival church claims to possess the relics of Saint Foy—and “their” bones are working miracles. All seems lost until the destitute monks take a lesson from a larcenous one-eyed minstrel, who teaches them an outrageous new way to pay old debts.
Directed by Tom Gough
April Aguilar, Meaghan Anderson, Daria Andriieska, Denna Basto, Alex Bokovikova, Hannah Edel, Jason Gaona, Seth Goyal, Chayenne Greenburg, Ian Hardy, Parker Hough, Andre Leben, Amber Liu, Missy Lyons, Jaime Melendez, Hannah Milon, John Musgrave, Teddy Pagee, Korwin Rodgers, Emma Rose, Kimberly Scofield, Victoria Sood, Diane Thorne, Gwendolyn Wagner
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Theatre Arts Department Box Office
The Lohman Theatre
(Parking Lot 8)
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Walk up sales on hiatus until the day of the performance. Voice mail messages are monitored regularly and if you leave a message you will receive a return phone call.
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The best parking for the Lohman Theatre is parking lot 8. Enter the round-a-bout and turn right into the parking lot. You may park in spaces marked staff and 1 hr parking however you must have a parking permit. You may pre-purchase a $3 permit at this link or purchase the permit at the kiosk in the parking lot. The kiosk takes excact change ($1 bills or coins, not pennies) or credit cards. If you have a valid, state issued handicapped placard you do not need to purchase a permit.