Thesis Festival 2021. May 23
$5.00 – $25.00
The Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre presents “The Cauldron of Destiny Thesis Festival,” featuring four original works of theatre created by this year’s graduating MFA class. The thesis festival marks the culmination of three years of graduate study by an ensemble of theatre artists.
It will be the first in-person performance open to the public in over a year, with limited, by reservation only, tickets available and enhanced safety measures in place.
“The Espinoza family invites you to celebrate the life of our dearly departed Julian Espinoza. Join Carmen and Ramon Espinoza in remembering Julian for who he really was.”
A Mexican-American family holds a funeral for their beloved jefe de familia, their head of family. As the ceremony unfolds, uninvited guests and truths about the deceased are unearthed, revealing secrets about his life.
This piece, created by Julieta Garza and Oscar Nava, presents a unique and visceral storytelling experience that is rooted in an antiracist theatre practice.
AS THE WORLD RISES AND FALLS
Do you believe everything you see? Do you ever stop to question it? “As the World Rises and Falls” follows the journey of two circus performers living in the dilapidated ruins of what used to be, their reality unraveling before your very eyes. Prepare yourselves for the strange, absurd, and daringly delicious. These clowns are ready to do whatever it takes to preserve their way of life. This piece is created by Laura Jill Murillo Hart and Mark Farrell.
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