Annmarie Dwyer, Director of Antigone, the Theatre Department's first production of the semester, will join us.
Come early for coffee and refreshments!
Northridge United Methodist Church
9650 Reseda Blvd.
Northridge, CA 91324
at the corner of Superior and Reseda
enter on Superior
Friday, February 19, 2016 - 7:30pm to Sunday, February 28, 2016 - 2:00pm
Location: Experimental Theatre of the Valley Performing Arts Center
The classic Greek tragedy of a daring young woman who goes against the King to give her brother a proper soldier’s burial.
By Greg Banks
Based on the Greek tragedy by Sophocles
Directed by Professor Anamarie Dwyer
Friday - Sunday | February 19-20-21
Wednesday - Sunday | February 24-25-26-27-28
Experimental Theatre of the Valley Performing Arts Center
7 p.m. with curtain up at 7:30 p.m. except Sunday.
On Sunday, doors open at 1:30 p.m. with curtain up at 2 p.m.
Open festival-style seating/Arrive early for best choice -- No Late Seating
Associated Students Ticket Office | 818-677-2488
- General: $20
- Seniors: $17
- Faculty/Staff: $16
- Students: $15
- Early Bird Students: $9 (when purchased more than 2 weeks before opening)
- Classroom ThreePak: $8 per show, for students (when 3 or more titles are purchased)
- Subscription SixPak: $12 per show (when 6 or more season titles are purchased together)
Anamarie is Rachel's mom. She is also a Professor of Theatre at California State University Northridge. She earned her B.A.E in Theatre/English, Secondary Education and an M.F.A in Child Drama from Arizona State University. She is dedicated to directing productions and teaching courses that allow diverse voices to be heard. Anamarie chooses to consistently involve the university community and the larger community in the process of production. Her holistic approach to performance study, which involves active research on the part of student actors, connections to the larger community, work with playwrights and authors, and public forums for the discussion of the work add important dimensions to the student's experience.Anamarie worked closely with director and actor Tony Plana on the development of Beyond Borders, an after-school educational outreach program. She has served as a teacher/leader for the California Arts Project, a state organization dedicated to providing uality arts experience for teachers through the strategy of teachers teaching teachers. Anamarie leads diversity workshops and institutes that explore what diversity means in the arts. Just prior to joining the CSUN theatre faculty, Anamarie recorded several Hispanic folk tales for Children's Press. Ten stories were placed on cassette and entitled Our Multiethnic Heritage: Hispanic Folktales. Three of the stories have been placed on individual cassettes and each accompanies a fully illustrated book: the titles are The Tiger and the Rabbit, The Coyote Rings the Wrong Bell, and The Girl from the Sky. She works regularly as a story teller and performed her first one-woman show last Spring.