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NOTICE ABOUT OUR REMAINING PLAY PERFORMANCES FOR SPRING 2020 

All Spring 2020 productions of Pippin and Lysistrata are cancelled. The Tempest will have its final performance Wednesday March 11th at 7:30pm.

Our department is dedicated to conserving a safe and healthy environment for our students, staff, faculty and community members. It is in that spirit that we have made the tough decision to not proceed with the scheduled theatre programming.

We appreciate your patience as we work with the A.S. Ticket Office to issue refunds for all purchased tickets to the events that have been cancelled. Should you have any questions regarding the status of your refund, please contact the A.S. ticket office at 818-677-2488. 

Please visit  https://www.csun.edu/COVID-19 for all CSUN updates regarding COVID-19. 

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Spring 2020

THE TEMPEST poster featuring a beached ship and a shadowy figure in the foreground

PERFORMANCES CANCELLED

THE TEMPEST

By William Shakespeare • Directed by Christine Menzies 

The Tempest is a magical storm filled with acts of betrayal, power struggles and a plot of revenge.

Friday - Sunday | March 6 - 8, 2020
Wednesday | March 11, 2020

Little Theatre in Nordhoff Hall
7:30pm curtain/Sunday curtain 2pm

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PIPPIN poster featuring a ship and a rainbow

ALL PERFORMANCES CANCELLED

 PIPPIN

Book by Roger O. Hirson • Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz • Directed by Garry D. Lennon • Choreographed by Erin Cholakian 

Originally produced on the Broadway stage by Stuart Ostrow • Originally directed on the Broadway stage by Bob Fosse • 2013 Broadway revival directed by Diane Paulus • Theo Ending Originally Conceived In 1998 by Mitch Sebastian 

Pippin, the Tony Award winning musical by four-time Grammy winner and composer of Wicked and Godspell, Stephen Schwartz, is the story of a young man in search of his purpose. Through his journey, Pippin is led down multiple paths where he discovers that glory, fame and happiness come at a cost. 

ALL PERFORMANCES CANCELLED

Campus Theatre
7:30pm curtain/Sunday curtain 2pm

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Lysistrata poster featuring a woman suggestively holding a peace medallion over her vagina

ALL PERFORMANCES CANCELLED

LYSISTRATA

By Aristophanes

Translated by Sarah Ruden •  Directed by Students of Advanced Directing • Artistic Direction by Larry Biederman • Movement Direction by J’aime Morrison

Lust, power, and loyalty test both genders in this strident trip into Ancient Greece, proving some battles never change— war or love, which will prevail? Features mature content.

ALL PERFORMANCES CANCELLED

Experimental Theatre in The Soraya  
7:30pm curtain/Sunday curtain 2pm

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