CSC's Lower Level Studio

In an effort to bond the ever-growing, multicultural, and socio-economically diverse people who comprise the population of California's vast Central Valley, we aim to create a community of united artists who experiment, perform, and pursue a wide variety of subjects and styles. Through performance and process-driven education programs, we engage, inspire, create, and empower artistic discourse. 

Scotland Road
Written by
Jeffrey Hatcher
Directed by
Laura Turner-Dickenson
October 31-November 16
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2pm
Tickets $12
$6 for students with ID
Featuring: Joel Morrison, Ashley Rose Tacheira, Traci Sky Sprague, & Bev Young Barney

In the last decade of the twentieth century, a beautiful young woman in nineteenth-century clothing is found floating on an iceberg in the middle of the North Atlantic. When rescued, she says only one word: Titanic. The woman, Winifred, is taken to an isolated spot on the coast of Maine where an expert on the sinking of the liner, a mysterious man named John, has arranged to interrogate her for six days. His goal: to crack her story, get her to confess she's a fake, and reveal her true identity; his one clue: her enigmatic references to an unknown place called "Scotland Road." By the play's end, one of the characters is dead, all the characters' identities have been questioned, and John and Winifred's shared secret is revealed as they make one final journey to Scotland Road
 We are currently looking for Sponsors for our upcoming productions

Sponsors are recognized on all printing and advertising associated with their show as well as a private viewing (up to 60 seats) of the final dress rehearsal. For more information please call the studio at (209) 846-0179.
Thank you to all that came out and supported CSYSC our youth conservatory  fifth anniversary, culmination of Shakespeare's The Tempest. It has been an amazing five years filled with incredible learning and growing experiences.  Stay tuned for 2015 CSYSC Conservatory announcements.   

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