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.
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2pm
$6 for students with ID
Joe Conn & Chris Hayhurst
Bryan Hurd & Linda Scheller
"What kind of people kill each other most? Family people. Brothers."
to confront your own nature, you've got to fight like hell. Bitter
sibling rivalry surfaces when brothers Austin and Lee reunite in True
West, the classic play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, director,
and Academy Award-nominated actor Sam Shepard. Together in their
mother's house in the desert, jealousy threatens to ignite a powder keg
between the men as they wage a destructive battle through their
fraternal bonds. Moments of humor and levity mingle with loneliness
while Shepard’s tightly written play makes us witness to a forceful
study of family ties and human frailty.
"It's clear, funny, naturalistic. It's also opaque, terrifying, surrealistic"
-San Francisco Chronicle
Rehearsal photos below picture Chris Hayhurst (Austin) left and Joe Conn (LEE) right.
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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. With the success of our first Spring conservatory this past March, we are sure to be an offering it for years to come. Stay tuned for 2015 CSYSC Spring and Summer Conservatory announcements.
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