Rebel Without a Bra: A Burlesque Cabaret

Rebel Without a Bra: A Burlesque Cabaret introduces us to the history of women in burlesque and lays bare the tired tropes of burlesque history with cheeky comedic scenes. Join us for an enticing experience combining theater, cabaret, and burlesque in this unique and sensual evening of entertainment. Learn about women in burlesque history through the eyes, ears, and reminisces

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Let’s Prank Call Each Other

Let’s Prank Call Each is a surreal, darkly funny, and fast-paced live-action comic book that takes audiences inside the twisted psyche of zach dorn. Premiered off-broadway at ArsNova, 2017. “…an exquisite and extraordinary show.” “…the most wonderfully whacked-out experiences…” – Orlando Weekly “…the wonder he inspires is transformative.” – Cincinnati City Beat ****1/2 stars – Winnipeg Free Press. OUTSTANDING PUPPET

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Hello, Boar—You Must Be Hungry

Set in Honolulu, “Hello, Boar, You Must Be Hungry” is a Taiwanese and Japanese American daughter’s coming of age story. The story loosely follows the relationship between a Japanese American father and a wild boar that wanders into his yard, and through vignettes explores questions around what gets passed down, cultural translation, and magical thinking. This piece was developed with

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Fresno Writers Live

U.S. Poet Laureate Emeritus Juan Felipe Herrera says that Fresno is the “Capital of Poetry in the World.” The Fresno State Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing takes that literary legacy seriously. Hear the latest poetry and prose from emerging #FresnoWriters in this storytelling and spoken word show, including voices from the Chicanx Writers and Artists Association, the

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The Jewish Wife

THE JEWISH WIFE, taken from Brecht’s seminal work “Fear and Misery of the Third Reich”, which charts the submission of the German people to the Nazi Party line, shows the agonizing challenges faced by an ordinary couple to a fast-changing, nightmarish social and political landscape. Suspicion, fear and the ever-narrowing parameters of patriotism are all surprisingly relevant in Brecht’s response

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