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Fall 2021 Season

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Department of Theatre & Dance COVID protocols

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place regardless of precautions that may be taken. Ticket Holder (Attendee), and/or on behalf of any accompanying party, agrees to (1) assume all risks associated with potential exposure to COVID-19; and (2) comply with current health and safety policies of the California State University, Sacramento.

Our current policy is to require those over the age of two (2) who attend an indoor event on campus wear a suitable face-covering (mask) while indoors.

Attendees are required proof of vaccine (the QR code generated from the cdph.ca.gov) or proof of medical exemption and a negative test within the last 72 hours.

Please bring an appropriate face covering, and be aware that you will be asked to wear it upon entering a campus building.

The Rocky Horror Show

October 20-31, 2021

Shasta Hall, University Theatre

Books, Musics, and Lyrics by Richard O'Brien
Directed by Michelle Felten

Ticket Price
$20 general, $18 senior, $15 student

Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show is a hilarious, brash, campy, and unapologetically wild tribute to B-Sci-fi film and horror movies, with an irresistible rock’n’roll score. One fateful night, a wholesome, well-behaved, young couple innocently set out to visit an old professor until their car breaks down in front of the old “Frankenstein Place”. The night’s misadventures will cause the couple, to question everything they’ve known about themselves, each other, love, and lust. “The Rocky Horror Show is a haven for people of all stripes to be their most brilliant, strange, honest, fabulous, and frightening selves”. Come celebrate the re-opening of Live Theatre at Sacramento State at this musical blow-out with a come-as-you-are attitude for performers and audience alike… and feel free to sing along! “Let’s do the Time Warp again!”

We welcome your enthusiastic participation, but please no noise makers, squirt guns, phone flash lights, food or throwing of projectiles in the University Theatre. Warning: The Rocky Horror Show is known to have a cult following that embraces audience participation including strong language and shouting at the performers. While this is a part of the experience, we do ask our vocally expressive patrons to please keep the naughty language to a minimum. We are a watcher friendly production of Rocky (including younger viewers and grandparents). Strobe lighting and fog and hazing effects will be used. Thank you and Enjoy the Show!
Appropriate for PG 12

Dance Nation

November 10 - 21, 2021

Shasta Hall, Playwrights' Theatre

By Clare Barron
Directed by Nicole C. Limón
Choreography by Megan Brunsvold Mercedes

Finalist, 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Winner, 2017 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize

Ticket Price
$18 general, $15 senior, $12 student

Somewhere in America, an army of pre-teen competitive dancers plots to take over the world. And if their new routine is good enough, they’ll claw their way to the top at Nationals. A play about ambition, growing up, and finding yourself without losing yourself, Dance Nation is an unrelenting exploration of female power featuring a diverse cast of actors of all ages, shapes, sizes and souls portraying our adolescent dance team.

Amina is the star dancer, Zuzu is always second best. They are great friends, and fierce competitors. With a devoted group of teammates who support each other, moms who try to understand them but probably don’t, and a coach who pushes them, these pre-teens both, recognize the divine feminine power they hold, and grapple with their impending journey into womanhood and societal constructs that work to erase their magic.

Dance Nation Content Advisory: DANCE NATION contains mature content including the use of strong language, reference to sex/sexuality, self-harm, and menstruation.

“Insanely talented playwright Clare Barron…conjures the passionate ambivalence of early adolescence with such being-there sharpness and poignancy. A blazingly original play.” – The New York Times

University Dance Company: Dance Sites Fall 2021

December 2 - 5, 2021

Shasta Hall, University Theatre

Directed by Lorelei Bayne
Asst. Directed by Megan Brunsvold Mercedes

Ticket Price
$18 general, $15 senior, $12 student

The Fall 2021 UDC dance concert is back-LIVE! Please join faculty choreographers Lorelei Bayne, Melisa V. Cervantes, Nhan Ho, Philip Flickinger, Osvaldo Ramirez and very special guest Pat Taylor, Artistic Director of LA’s, Jazz Antiqua Dance and Music Ensemble, as they create works inspired by this year’s Sacramento State, One World Theme, Transformation. For over 16 years, UDC has celebrated the tradition of concert dance in America and has served as a research vehicle for faculty and students to create new works and restage important historical works. Highlighting diverse perspectives on the art form of dance, renowned faculty and professional guest artists expose audiences to riveting concepts, fierce athleticism, and beautiful artistry. Please join us!

ASL Interpretation & Accommodations

ASL program interpretation is provided on the second (or only) Thursday performance of each production and marked with an asterick.

If you require any other type of accommodation, please email us at theatre.dance@csus.edu, at least 7 days before the event.

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